The flow of mail through the transport services and connectors is explained, along with a description of connectors created during the Exchange install.
- [Instructor] Managing the transport of email…from client devices and applications,…in and out of mailbox databases,…and between email servers across the room,…and across the world,…is quite a task,…but that is the primary job of an exchange server,…as far as our users are concerned.…To accomplish this, the mailbox servers have…three different transport services.…The Mailbox Transport Service simply…reads from and writes to the mailbox databases.…
There isn't much configuration to be done here.…At the other end of the pipeline…is the Front-End Transport Service.…This is a stateless service…that connects the internal system to the outside world.…These connectors don't inspect or qualify the email at all.…These connectors are configured, based on the types…of connections that you may have to the outside world,…so what's left is the Transport Service,…right here in the middle.…So, here we are in the Exchange admin center,…on our Mailbox Server.…
Inside the mail flow category,…I can select receive connectors…to see the default receive connectors…
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
Deploying Exchange Server 2016with Robert McMillen3h 1m Intermediate
Exchange 2016: Mailbox Databaseswith Scott M Burrell2h 30m Intermediate
Exchange 2016: Client Access Serviceswith Scott M Burrell1h 50m 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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