Exchange Q&A: Mail Flow (10)

1.What are the main difference between mail flow rules and Inbox rules?

The main difference is mail flow rules take action on messages while they’re in transit, and not after the message is delivered to the mailbox.

2.What a mail flow is made of?

A rule is made of conditions, exceptions, actions, and properties.

3.Where are the mail flow rules stored in?

  • Mailbox servers: in Active Directory;
  • Edge Transport servers: the local instance of AD LDS on the server.

4.What  Exchange uses to provide antispam protection?

transport agents.

5.What is the order that the antispam agents are applied to messages on Mailbox servers?

  • Sender Filter agent;
  • Content Filter agent;
  • Protocol Analysis agent (sender reputation).

6.What antispam agents are available only on Edge Transport servers?

  • Connection Filtering agent;
  • Recipient Filter agent;
  • Attachment Filtering agent.

7.What is the order that the antispam agents are applied to messages on Edge Transport servers?

  • Connection Filtering agent;
  • Sender Filter agent;
  • Recipient Filter agent;
  • Sender ID agent;
  • Content Filter agent;
  • Protocol Analysis agent (sender reputation);
  • Attachment Filtering agent.

8.What is the antimalware protection in Exchange Server provided by?

It is provided by the Transport agent named Malware Agent.

9.What we using to configure malware filtering?

  • Antimalware policies;
  • Antimalware server settings;
  • Antimalware scripts.

10.What are the important settings in antimalware policies?

  • Action;
  • Notifications;
  • Recipient filters.

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