Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP3, Exchange Server 2010 SP2
Topic Last Modified: 2009-11-10
The component of Microsoft Exchange that is responsible for transferring messages is known as Transport. Two server roles are involved:
- Edge Transport The mail routing server
that typically sits at the perimeter of the topology and routes
mail between the Exchange organization and the Internet.
- Hub Transport The mail routing server
that routes mail within the Exchange organization.
The following topics are gateways to information about Transport in Exchange Server 2010:
- Understanding Transport
View a list of links to topics that provide detailed information about the transport features in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, which will help you gain a better understanding of the Hub Transport and Edge Transport server roles.
- Managing Transport Servers
View a list of links to topics that provide information about managing transport features in your organization.
- Securing Transport Servers
View a list of links to topics that provide information about managing the security of your transport infrastructure.
- Troubleshooting Reference for Transport Servers
View a list of links to topics that provide information about troubleshooting transport issues.
- Performance Counter Reference for Transport Servers
Learn about various performance counters used by transport servers.
- Error and Event Reference for Transport Servers
Learn about transport errors and events you may encounter.