AuthorScott M Burrell
- Planning and configuring transport and routing
- Understanding Safety Net
- Sending and receiving connectors
- Creating partner connectors
- High availability and site resilience
- Troubleshooting transport services
- Message security
- Filtering connections and recipients
- Spam confidence level thresholds
- Antivirus solutions
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Scott] It's been estimated that business email users are responsible for sending over 110 billion messages every day, and that's according to the Radicati Group out of Palo Alto, California. My name's Scott Burrell, and I've been in technology long enough to know that every time one of those users hits send, they expect that their message is going to be delivered. And it takes a lot to deliver that much email. So in this course, we're going to take a look at the various aspects of the transport services in Microsoft's Exchange Server Version 2016.
We're going to be talking about connectors and filters, security and logging, and the role of an edge transport server in an exchange organization. We're going to explore how you can make sure that your share of those 110 billion emails get delivered. I'm excited to get this course started.
Deploying Exchange Server 2016with Robert McMillen3h 1m Intermediate
Exchange 2016: Client Access Serviceswith Scott M Burrell1h 50m Intermediate
Exchange 2016: Mailbox Databaseswith Scott M Burrell2h 30m Intermediate
1. Plan and Configure Transport and Routing
2. High Availability and Site Resilience
3. Troubleshooting Transport Services
4. Message Security
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