Connectors, Transport Rules, and Message Compliance in Exchange Server 2007
The SMTP protocol is the primary protocol used to relay e-mail messages between servers on the Internet. Since most e-mail systems are connected to the Internet, it is important to understand how SMTP is configured in Exchange Server 2007. This course discusses the implementation of Send and Receive SMTP connectors on Hub Transport servers and Edge Transport servers. Also explored in this course is the implementation of message classifications, transport rules, and message journaling.
Exchange Server 2007 Connectors
- distinguish between Exchange Server 2007 connectors
Hub Transport Connectors in Exchange Server 2007
- create Send Connectors on the Hub Transport server
Edge Transport Connectors in Exchange Server 2007
- create Receive connectors on the Edge Transport server
- recognize how to create Send connectors on the Edge Transport server
Configuring Exchange Server 2007 Connectors
Message Classification in Exchange Server 2007
- use message classifications in Exchange Server 2007
Transport Rules and Journaling in Exchange Server 2007
- create transport rules in Exchange Server 2007
- recognize how to use journaling in Exchange Server 2007
Using Classifications and Rules in Exchange Server 2007
The materials within this course focus on the Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSAs) identified within the Specialty Areas listed below. Click to view Specialty Area details within the interactive National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.
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