An X.400 transport stack contains configuration information
about network software such as TCP/IP network services and hardware
such as X.25 port adapter or dial-up connection on the computer
running Exchange. Network software and hardware are responsible for
routing messages between two Exchange
Before installing an X.400 connector, you must determine which type of transport stack you need to connect to the remote X.400 system. Once you know which type you need, you can create the necessary transport stack.
To set up an X.400 stack:
Note that you specify the names of remote X.400 connectors in the properties of the local X.400 connector, but you specify the local X.400 connector name by right-clicking X.400 and selecting Properties. The default local X.400 connector name is the name of the local server.
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