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Configuring how your e-mail gets delivered to your server.
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Under the Hood E-Mail Retrieval Methods There are two basic methods for e-mail retrieval: e-mail is directly delivered to your Exchange server, or e-mail is first delivered to your ISP, which holds it until your Exchange server specifically asks for it. Which method is used is controlled by the DNS records for your domain specifically the MX record.
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If you want e-mail delivered directly to your server, the MX record for your domain must point to your server. If you want it delivered first to your ISP, and to you only when you ask for it, the MX record must point to your ISP s server. Many ISPs support a mixture of the two methods the primary MX record points to your server, but a secondary one points to your ISP. If for some reason your server is not available, your e-mail will go to your ISP. Once your e-mail server comes back online, you can either trigger delivery directly if your ISP supports that or wait until their automatic process recognizes that your e-mail server is back online.
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The Extended Turn (ETRN) command is used by most ISPs to initiate a download of queued e-mail messages that are stored while waiting for a server to be online to receive them. The ETRN command is documented in the Request for Comments (RFC) 1985, available at http://www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1985.txt. The ETRN command is an extension of the TURN command, which had serious security issues and is generally not used any longer.
Indirect Delivery: TURN After Authentication
The TURN After Authentication command gets around the most serious security issues of the TURN command by requiring your Exchange server to authenticate to your ISP s SMTP server before the SMTP server accepts a TURN command from it. This methodology is useful when your Exchange server doesn t have a fixed IP address but uses a dynamic IP address. Dynamic IP addresses are not supported for the ETRN method.
Manual ETRN Trigger
If you normally have e-mail directly delivered to your Exchange server and have secondary MX records that allow your ISP to hold e-mail when you re offline, once your server is back up and available, you can wait for normal processing to send your e-mail to you, or you can manually initiate the transfer if your ISP supports doing that. The following procedure starts
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a mail queue to send e-mail to your domain. It assumes that your ISP s SMTP server is smtp.example.com and your domain is microsoft.com.
telnet smtp.example.com 25 220 smtp.example.com ESMTP Mon, 3 Nov 2003 15:18:30 -0800 (PST) ETRN @microsoft.com 250 2.0.0 Queuing for node @microsoft.com started quit 221 2.0.0 smtp.example.com closing connection
The 220, 250, and 221 lines are the responses from the remote server. If you re using TURN After Authentication as your retrieval method, you get prompted for an account name and a password, which are used to authenticate your Exchange server to your ISP, as shown in Figure 14-4. Fill in the authentication information you received from your ISP and click Next.
Figure 14-4. The TURN authentication information used to ensure that only your Exchange server can retrieve your e-mail.
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The E-Mail Domain Name page is shown in Figure 14-5. Type your Internet domain name, which should be different from your internal domain name, and click Next. The Remove E-mail Attachments page of the Configure E-Mail and Internet Connection Wizard, shown in Figure 14-6, lets you automatically strip certain attachments from incoming e-mail received from the Internet. E-mail that has an attachment removed will have a text note attached to it so that the recipient knows the attachment was stripped. You can edit this list to add additional extensions or to remove ones that your business routinely uses.
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