Exchange 2007 roles explained each of the 5 roles
Exchange 2007 features a brand new concept for the Exchange organizations which basically refers to the concept associated to the server roles. It is quite similar to the ways the Windows server is capable of hosting more than one role at a time. A much similar kind of configuration is now implemented with the Exchange server 2007.
Message Queues Under Exchange Server 2007
The major change in message queues, on transition from ES 2003 to ES 2007, is its tendency to manage queues centrally, under Queue Viewer tool of EMC toolbox.
Managing E-Mail Address Policies
Under Exchange Server 2007
Moving from ES 2003 to ES 2007, major change in administration of Email Address Policies is the division of responsibility between Accepted Domains and Email Address Policies. We will go through each, respectively. They were known Recipient Policies back then.
Restriction on External E-Mail
Internet is two way traffic: inbound or outbound so we will talk of each
Managing Inbound Messages:
Open Exchange Management Console (EMC) to select Hub Transport (HT) under Organization Configuration (OC).
Mailbox enable newly added User in Window Server 2008 under Exchange Server 2007
Active Directory (AD) is a central repository of resources, users, computers and their groups. Each of which symbolize a unique object and its attributes. It uses Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) to add, query and modify data of directory (or repository). Best part of AD is the ability to manage most instincts centrally.
Creating User under Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC):
Managing New Mailboxes Under Exchange Server (ES) 2007 Part 1
Microsoft has added many new features to ES with new mailboxes. With a common user mailbox; now ES can have three more, Room, Equipment and Linked, Mailboxes for different scenarios like meeting room or projector. In first part of article we will talk of first two while Linked Mailbox will be covered in part two.
The Hub Transport server role is responsible for all message delivery regardless of whether the message is being delivered from one mailbox to another in the same mailbox database, a Mailbox server in the same Active Directory site, a server in a remote Active Directory site, or outside of the organization. At least one Hub Transport server role is required in each Active Directory site that contains a Mailbox server