N/APosted on - 01/12/2012
We are planning to set up Exchange 2010 for our branch Office.
We have several divisions which we want to combine into a single Exchange Organization wherein each company division must have a unique email like JohnJohn@diva.test.com, etc.
Are there consequences or pitfall which we should avoid/be aware of? Is there any information we have to know before we consider this type of server’s exchange integration?
We have already decided to install new 2008 Forest.
How to configure Exchange 2010 Integration
Some of the important point that I will need you know when carrying out that process the following:
First you will need to know that integrated Windows authentication will only work on Exchange 2010 virtual directories on an Exchange 2010 server which has only the Client Access server role installed on it and not the server role, and therefore doing some thing that is out of this will mean that everything will not work well.
Another important point to note is that the integrated Windows authentication will only be set on any Outlook Web Application virtual directory that is on an Exchange 2010 server which contains both the Client Access and the Mailbox server roles installed on it.
Hope that enlightens you.