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Now that I ve covered a bit on how the transport of messages in Exchange 2007 works, I d like to switch gears and discuss the management of transport servers Please note that nearly all of what I ll be covering in this section applies to both Hub and Edge Transport servers because they are both providing transport services In this chapter, I ll cover the configuration of transport servers in general and leave the Edge-specific features for the next chapter One last note on the separation of topics: While you can install the antispam and antivirus features of Exchange onto a Hub Transport server, I m also going to cover that in the next chapter I ll begin this section with the configuration settings needed to properly get a transport server running and then delve into the management of the server components I conceptually covered earlier in this chapter that run on transport servers
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Before we get into making changes to the services a transport server will provide to meet your business needs, let s first cover a few steps you d need to take upon the installation of a transport server by looking at the server properties
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The first step after an installation is to make sure that the server is indeed hosting a Transport Server role This is an easy task, accomplished by selecting the Hub Transport node under Server Configuration in the console tree and selecting the Properties link in the action pane, shown in Figure 6-1
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In order for a transport server to properly communicate with other servers, it must first be able to determine the IP address of the destination server, whether it be internal or external For example, if a Hub Transport server only pointed to a DNS server that only resolved
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Figure 6-1 View the services provided by an Exchange server
an internal Active Directory namespace, it would be impossible for the Hub Transport server to ever be configured to send messages to external recipients and vice versa By default, Exchange uses the DNS configuration of the network adapter(s) on the transport server Should you need to override the default settings, Exchange allows you to separately configure internal and external DNS settings within the Exchange Management Console You can view the DNS settings on the External DNS Lookups and Internal DNS Lookups tabs, as shown in Figure 6-2 Each tab lists the settings that will be used by default (by selecting the Use Network Card DNS Settings option), and you can specify alternate DNS servers, if required If your transport server has two network cards (presumably one for the internal network and one for the external network), you will want to identify separate DNS servers for each network
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Figure 6-2 Alternate DNS servers can be configured on transport servers
TIP If you are not logged on locally to the transport server, you will not be able to select an individual network card, but instead will be presented with an option of All Available
Setting Transport Limits
The Limits tab, shown in Figure 6-3, establishes connection restrictions as well as message retry, expiration, and notification settings TIP Microsoft recommends that the default limit values be left alone, unless you are told to modify these values by Microsoft Support Services Table 6-2 lists each of the settings on the Limits tab, their purpose, and possible values
Value Outbound Connection Failure Retry Interval (Minutes)
Description Exchange will retry a failed connection after the specified number of minutes
Minimum Value 1
Default Value 10
Maximum Value 4320
Transient Failure Retry Exchange will try to reconnect to an existing Interval (Seconds) session that has been disconnected after the specified interval Transient Failure Retry Exchange will try to reconnect to an existing Attempts session the specified number of attempts Maximum Time Since Submission (Days) Notify Sender When Message Is Delayed More Than (Hours) Exchange will keep a message in queue for the specified number of days before removing it Exchange will generate a delivery status notification after the specified amount of time, informing the sender of a delay in delivery
0 1 1
6 2 4
6 90 720
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Maximum Concurrent Exchange can maintain up to the specified Outbound Connections number of connections Maximum Concurrent Exchange can maintain the specified number Outbound Connections of connections to a single domain (Note: This Per Domain value cannot exceed the Maximum Concurrent Outbound Connections value)
1000 20
12,147,483,647 12,147,483,647
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