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Recipient information Topology information
Schema Extensions Edge servers need specific attributes of the ms-Exch-ExchangeServer object to support the authentication and management of the synchronization process Configuration Information The Edge Transport server is still a transport server, so there are numerous settings in Active Directory that it needs to properly process messages Table 9-3 lists the Active Directory configuration data that is synchronized with an Edge Transport server and a description of that data Recipient Information Edge Transport servers also need a listing of internal recipients (excluding distribution groups) so it can properly find the right recipient, apply address rewriting, etc Only a subset of recipient information is replicated Table 9-4 lists the recipient configuration data that is synchronized with an Edge Transport server and a description of that data
Configuration Information Hub Transport server objects Accepted domains
Description Used to identify the internal Hub servers that the Edge server will communicate with Lists all authoritative, internal relay, and external relay domains so the Edge server knows which domains are supported by your Exchange organization More on this in 6 If synchronized, the Edge server can apply message classifications that may include the immediate deletion of messages before they enter the organization More on this in 17 Define the message format used and out-of-office replies to specific external domains More in 6 These define the end-to-end communications from your organization to the Internet Those servers listed will be ignored by Sender ID and connection filtering Lists the external domains the Edge server can establish a secure SMTP session with
Message classifications
Remote domains Send connectors Internal SMTP servers Domain secure lists
Table 9-3 Active Directory Configuration Information Synchronized to Edge Servers
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner s Guide
Recipient Information Recipients
Description Only valid recipients are replicated to ADAM (deleted mailboxes, those disallowed from receiving e-mail from outside, etc won t be in this list) All proxy addresses for valid recipients are replicated for use by the Edge server The proxy information is secured with a hash to ensure that it is never exposed should the server be hacked
Proxy addresses
Safe Senders and This falls under the aggregation mentioned earlier in Safe Recipients lists the chapter so that Edge Transport servers can validate senders appropriately Per-recipient antispam settings It is possible to override the organization-wide spam settings on a per-mailbox basis This is replicated so individual configuration can be used prior to messages entering the organization
Table 9-4 Recipient Configuration Information Synchronized to Edge Servers
INSTALLING AN EDGE TRANSPORT SERVER
For the most secure installation of an Edge Transport server, there are two basic criteria: The server should be placed in your perimeter network The server should not be a member of the internal domain
I m going to assume you ve got that covered and move on Before you can install the Edge Transport server, you ll need to install ADAM (remember, ADAM is not proprietary to Exchange, but to any application that will utilize Active Directory information to function) If you are running the R2 release of Windows 2003 Server, ADAM is already built into the operating system and is available through the Optional Component Manager ADAM is available for download at wwwmicrosoftcom/adam Like any other Exchange server installation, you ll need to install the prerequisites (NET Framework 20, the Microsoft Management Console 30, and PowerShell 10) before you can get into the meat of the Exchange installation
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Managing Edge Transport Servers
When you start the Exchange installation (you can refer back to 2 if you need a refresher on the Exchange installation process), you ll need to accept the license agreement, address whether you want to participate in error reporting, and finally choose to perform a Custom Exchange Server Installation, as shown in Figure 9-1 After clicking Next, you will select only the Edge Transport Server Role check box, shown in Figure 9-2 You ll notice that all the other roles become unavailable, as you cannot install the Edge Transport role on the same server as any other role Also note that the Management Tools checkbox is automatically selected
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