In this video, Robert McMillen demonstrates how to manage transport rules in Exchange Server 2016. You can use Exchange mail flow rules, also known as transport rules, to look for specific conditions in messages that pass through your organization and take action on them before they reach a user’s mailbox.
- [Instructor] You can use exchange mail flow rules,…also known as transport rules,…to look for specific conditions in messages…that pass through your organization…and you can take action on them…before they reach a user's mailbox.…Mail flow rules are similar…to inbox rules in Outlook.…The main difference between a mail flow rule…and a rule you would set up in client application…is that the mail flow rules take action on messages…while they're in transit as opposed to…after the message is delivered…to a client such as Outlook.…
Mail flow rules also contain many more sets…of conditions, exceptions, and actions.…Which gives you more flexibility…to implement many types of messaging policies.…Let's take a look at how to create a transport rule.…We can get there by going to mail flow on the left hand side…and rules at the top.…Next we can click on the plus,…and choose to create a new rule.…Now there are several different options below…that create a new rule,…that is a template if you have specific things…that you need, that you know are in these templates below.…
Need to set up Exchange Server for the first time? Check out Robert's previous course, Deploying Exchange Server 2016.
Note: This course maps to the certification exam for Exchange Server 2016. Review the course and exam blueprint for the Exchange Server 13 exam here and here.
- Reviewing the Exchange Control Panel
- Managing the Mailbox role
- Configuring permissions and delegates
- Managing and troubleshooting mail transport
- Troubleshooting SMTP mail flow and domain security
- Designing an Exchange SLA
- Backup and recovery
- Planning high availability
- Troubleshooting connectivity
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Using the Exchange Control Panel
2. Managing the Mailbox Role
3. Managing Transport
4. Exchange SLA
5. Backup and Recovery
6. High Availability
7. Troubleshooting Connectivity
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