Applies to: Exchange Server 2007
Topic Last Modified: 2007-06-14
Use the Hub Transport node under Organization Configuration to view and maintain the features of the Hub Transport server role.
The Hub Transport server role is deployed inside your organization's Active Directory directory service. It handles all internal mail flow, applies organizational message routing policies, and is responsible for delivering messages to a recipient's mailbox.
You can use the following tabs to configure the Hub Transport server role:
- New Remote Domain
Use this tab to view and maintain the remote domains in your configuration.
Remote domains let you control mail flow with more precision, specify message formatting and policy, and specify acceptable character sets. After you create a remote domain, you can specify more advance formatting, policy, and character set configurations for messages that you exchange with the remote domain.
- New Accepted Domain
Use this tab to view and maintain accepted domains in your configuration.
An accepted domain is any Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) namespace for which an Exchange organization sends and receives e-mail. Accepted domains include those domains for which the Exchange organization is authoritative. An Exchange organization is authoritative when it handles mail delivery for recipients in the accepted domain. Accepted domains also include domains for which the Exchange organization receives mail and then relays to an e-mail server that is outside the Active Directory forest for delivery to the recipient.
- New E-mail Address Policy
Use this tab to view and maintain the e-mail address policies in your configuration. E-mail address policies determine the default format for users' aliases.
- New Transport Rule
Use this tab to view and maintain the transport rules in your configuration. The transport rules that you configure on one Hub Transport server are applied through Active Directory to all other Hub Transport servers in the Exchange 2007 organization
The transport rules that you configure on an Edge Transport server are applied only to e-mail messages that pass through that specific Edge Transport server.
- New Journal Rule
Use this tab to view and maintain the journal rules in your configuration.
The Journaling agent is a compliance-focused agent that you can configure to journal e-mail messages that are sent or received in the Exchange 2007 organization. A journal rule can be applied to all e-mail, or scoped to apply to just internal or external e-mail.
- New Send Connector
Use this tab to view and maintain the Send connectors in your configuration. There are no Send connectors created by default.
In Exchange 2007, Send connectors create a logical connection to remote mail systems.
- New Edge Subscription
Use this tab to manage the Edge Subscriptions that allow for replication of configuration data from Active Directory to the local Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM) instance on the Edge Transport server. If you are installing more than one Edge Transport server, each server requires a separate Edge Subscription file.
For More Information
For more information about remote domains, see the following topics:
For more information about accepted domains, see the following topics:
For more information about e-mail address policies, see the following topics:
For more information about transport rules, see the following topics:
- Overview of
- Understanding How
Transport Rules Are Applied in an Exchange 2007
For more information about journaling, see the following topics:
For more information about Send connectors, see the following topics:
For more information about Edge subscriptions, see the following topics: