Exchange Q&A: Exchange 2010 Basic (2)

1.What are the Exchange ActiveSync let we do?

Let us sync data between our mobile phone and Exchange 2010, we can sync E-Mail, contacts, calendar information and tasks.

2.Did Exchange 2010 support POP3 and IMAP?

In addition to supporting MAPI and HTTP Clients, Exchange 2010 also supports POP3 and IMAP clients. By default, POP3 and IMAP4 are installed, but the services are disabled when we install the Client Access Server Role.

3.What does the Availability Service provides?

Secure, consistent, and up-to-date free/busy data to computers that are running Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 and later versions of Outlook.

4.What can the Autodiscover Service do?

Enables Outlook clients and some mobile phones to receive their necessary profile settings directly from the Exchange server by using the client’s domain credentials.

5.What are the Hub Transport Server used for?

Messages that are sent to the Internet are relayed by the Hub Transport server to the Edge Transport server role that’s deployed in the perimeter network. Messages that are received from the Internet are processed by the Edge Transport server before they’re relayed to the Hub Transport server.

6.How can we use the Hub Transport Server if we don’t have an Edge Transport Server?

If we don’t have an Edge Transport server, we can configure the Hub Transport server to relay Internet messages directly or utilize a third-party smart host.

7.Where can we install Hub Transport Server?

On the same hardware with any other internal server role or on a server that’s dedicated to the Hub Transport Server Role.

8.What must we do with Hub Transport Server Role?

We must deploy a Hub Transport server role in each Active Directory site that contains a Mailbox server role.

9.Which message-processing scenarios that we can manage on the Hub Transport Server Role?

  • Internal Mail Flow;
  • Messaging Policy and Compliance Features;
  • Anti-Spam and Antivirus Protection (Default as OFF).

10.Where are the Edge Transport Server Role located?

The Edge Transport Service Role is deploy in our organization’s perimeter network, the computer that has the Edge Transport Server Role installed doesn’t have access to Active Directory.

11.How the Edge Transport Server communicate with Hub Transport Server?

The computer which installed Edge Transport Server Role doesn’t have access to Active Directory, they store information in Active Directory Lightweight Directory Service. To get the information from Active Directory which located in Hub Transport Service, the Microsoft Exchange EdgeSync Service are able to do the things right. EdgeSync only copy the data that essential, and the replication form Hub Transport Server to Edge Transport Server is for one-way.

12.Which message-processing scenarios that we can manage on the Edge Transport Server Role?

  • Internet Mail Flow;
  • Anti-Spam and Antivirus Protection;
  • Edge Transport Rules;
  • Address Rewriting.

13.What is Unified Messaging?

Unified Messaging combines voice messaging, fax messaging and e-mail messaging in the Exchange store. Unified Messaging integrates Microsoft Exchange with telephony networks and brings the UM features to the core of Exchange.

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