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The Edge Transport default configuration allows SMTP hosts to relay messages securely to the Internet The Edge Transport is typically configured to receive all mail from the Internet on behalf of one or more SMTP domains It can obtain its configuration from Hub Transport servers and maintain a synchronized LDAP directory with Active Directory (AD) However, the Edge Transport server role is the only role that does not store its configuration in Active Directory Because it is designed to exist as a standalone e-mail security solution, it is not technically part of the Exchange organization This isolation is intentional and allows the server to exist in less-secure environments such as a network s demilitarized zone (DMZ) Understanding where and how the data is stored on an Edge Transport can help you keep it secure The Edge Transport shares the same transport stack with the Hub Transport, so you can see the same file system structure for the Queue database and transaction logs Message tracking and protocol logs can also be enabled and monitored by administrators The Edge Transport differs from the Hub Transport in a few ways when it comes to data storage
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For example, content filtering is enabled by default (optional on the Hub Transport) The most significant difference in data storage is the ADAM (Active Directory Administrative Mode) directory database
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The Unified Messaging server role s default configuration will not allow voicemail to flow to mailboxes in Exchange 2007 A significant amount of customization is required for the Unified Messaging server role This translates into a greater need to document and ultimately back up the custom configurations The custom voice prompts created for your organization reside on the Unified Messaging server as well as the actual voicemail items as they are being processed They are kept in a temp directory until they can be delivered to the intended recipient
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Although Active Directory domain controllers are not technically Exchange 2007 servers, they are the Exchange 2007 directory servers With the exception of the Edge Transport server role, every Exchange 2007 server stores and retrieves its configuration information on domain controllers The schema defines what you can and can t create in the directory Exchange 2007 Setup extends the schema with the objects and attributes used by Exchange 2007 The Domain partition stores users, contacts, distribution groups, and other recipient objects The Configuration partition stores all other Exchange 2007 configuration data For more information on protecting Exchange 2007 data and specific details on the data paths, see http://technetmicrosoftcom/en-us/library/bb124780aspx
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When you hear the word backup, what comes to mind Is it different from the way you thought of backups 5 years ago 10 years ago How about 20+ years ago Some big advances have been made in storage technology that have changed the face of backup solutions (see Figure 18-2)
FIGURE 18-2 Enterprise backup solution history
2000 Today
Punch Cards
Magnetic Tape
Tape Reel Floppy Disk DAT/DLT
SDLT
SAIT
Hard Drive
Intranet Backup
Internet Backup
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Admittedly, the history in this figure is abridged Certain technologies are not listed, such as optical disc storage (CD, DVD, Blue-ray, HD) as well as RAM and flash memory enhancements that can be used for backup purposes However, in the context of backing up Exchange data as opposed to personal data, the scope of backup solutions is narrower If you are interested in a more holistic history of backups, see http://wwwbackuphistorycom Two paradigm-shifting technologies are illustrated in Figure 18-2 The first technology that was used to define and shape the backup strategies of today was magnetic tape Even today, magnetic tape continues to advance It has evolved from a technology that could hold 12,000 punch cards worth of data on a single magnetic reel to the Sony SAIT Helical-scan technology, which can store approximately 2TB of data per tape The technology today that has posed the greatest challenge to magnetic tape backup is disk-to-disk backups The hard disk drive was first invented by IBM in the 1950s, but it was not mainstream until the 1980s when hard drives became a standard feature in personal computers (PCs) and servers Today, the cost of hard drive space has gone down so dramatically that it is often less expensive and more reliable than magnetic tape as a backup technology According to Zsolt Kerekes, the editor for StorageSearchcom, in 4 to 10 years we can expect solid state drives (SSDs; also know as Flash drives) to challenge hard disk drive solutions For more information on SSDs, see http://wwwstoragesearchcom/soliddata-art2-comparisonspdf Backup software has also evolved over time (see Figure 18-3) The choice of what backup software you will use is as important a choice as the storage technology you will be backing up to In the early days of backing up Exchange, we were completely dependent on the backup software vendor to provide us with both agents for Exchange and drivers for the storage devices Microsoft has made it easier to support a variety of new storage technologies with the inclusion of the Removable Storage Service (RSS) with the operating system In Windows Server 2003, the Volume Shadow copy Service (VSS) was added and offers an alternative to traditional streaming backup methods used by legacy backup agents for Exchange We will cover the VSS in more detail later The latest advances in backup software technology utilize VSS to provide faster backup and recovery times
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