You’ve all seen those phishing emails that occasionally get past your spam filters and you all also know that no matter how many times you tell users not to open those suspicious emails and click on links contained in them, users are ultimately gullible so sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands and protect them from themselves. Here’s an example of a recent phishing email that I’ve seen:
Exchange Server 2010
This is definitely unsupported so be sure to read the disclaimer on the right side of this blog before continuing. Read this blog article completely before attempting this process. You’ve just reloaded your work computer with Windows 8 RTM that you downloaded from MSDN or TechNet and you need to install the Exchange Server 2010 Management Tools so you can manage your Exchange server without having to log into it whether it be with the GUI orwith PowerShell.