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 Jan 06, 2005 - 10:30 AM - by Michael
* Microsoft rushes anti-spyware, but delays Exchange patches

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Microsoft has pushed to get their anti-spyware product out as fast as possible, but in doing so delayed updates to MS Exchange.

The company also wouldn't comment on information published on Microsoft enthusiast Web site Neowin.net that a beta version of the software, code-named Atlanta, has already been distributed to internal testers. Neowin.net also posted screenshots supposedly taken from a product called "Microsoft AntiSpyware."

Microsoft commonly tests products internally first, a process it calls dogfooding, but a company spokesman wouldn't say whether the antispyware software had been distributed to employees.

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The company last month axed Edge Services, saying it won't be released this year as an addition to Exchange but will instead be rolled into the next version of the Exchange Server product. Microsoft has not yet set a release date for that version, but insiders expect a new Exchange Server in late 2006.

With many customers still in the process of upgrading their Exchange e-mail servers to Exchange Server 2003, the change in timing for Edge Services will have little impact on customers, according to Microsoft.

 

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