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The Edge Transport server sits on the edge of your network, presumably in the perimeter network (previously known as a DMZ demilitarized zone) It is responsible for protecting the internal Exchange environment using a number of agents: Antispam and antivirus Connection, content, and recipient filtering SenderID and sender/IP reputation Edge transport rules Address rewriting
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All inbound and outbound messages from and to the Internet travel through the Edge Transport role Think of this role like the Internet Mail Connector in Exchange 55 and a Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) Connector in Exchange 2000/2003 In the case of Exchange 2007, the connector is running on overdrive, focusing on the security of the Exchange organization NOTE Keep in mind that the Edge Transport role is completely optional If you choose not to use it, you ll need to configure the Exchange environment to accept mail for your domain
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The Edge Transport server is not installed as a member of your Active Directory, as it sits in the perimeter network Because there is a need for the server to perform recipient lookups, this server runs the Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM) services, which synchronizes recipient and configuration information stored in Active Directory to the Edge Transport server TIP More than one Edge Transport server can be used in the perimeter network to provide redundancy for your SMTP communications via either multiple Mail Exchanger (MX) records using increasing priority values or by using a round-robin DNS configuration, where two or more servers are assigned the same host name within DNS so that when a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) is queried in order to connect to the Edge Transport servers, DNS will return one server this time and another server next time The end result in both the case of the multiple MX records or the round-robin DNS is redundancy for inbound communications
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Hub Transport servers handle all mail flow within the Exchange organization In Exchange 2000/2003, this role would be considered the same as a Bridgehead server The Hub Transport role houses the categorizer, which is responsible for tasks like retrieving recipient information from Active Directory, expanding distribution lists, applying any policies, converting content, and finally routing the message The Hub Transport role can also have both antispyware and antivirus agents installed on it It must be installed on a server that is a domain member
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This role performs the tasks most people associate with Exchange The Mailbox server hosts users mailboxes and public folders Outlook clients will connect directly to the Mailbox server to retrieve their e-mail The Mailbox server role must be installed on a server that is a domain member
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The Client Access server manages clients other than traditional Outlook clients within your network Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3), Internet Messaging Access Protocol 4 (IMAP4), Outlook Web Access (OWA), and ActiveSync clients all interact with Exchange via the Client Access role In addition, Outlook Anywhere clients (utilizing RPC traffic over a secure Web connection) access Exchange via the Client Access server role The Client Access server role must be installed on a server that is a domain member
Unified Messaging Server Role
This is a brand-new function for Exchange The Unified Messaging server takes voice mail, faxes, and traditional e-mail and makes all three accessible via both an Exchange client, such as Outlook or OWA, and a telephone The Unified Messaging server role must be installed on a server that is a domain member
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Installing Exchange Server 2007
TIP When you install the Unified Messaging server role into the Exchange organization, Setup will look for the Hub Transport, Mailbox, and Client Access roles to already be installed within the organization, whether they exist on the same server on which you are installing the Unified Messaging server role or on separate servers
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