Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server
2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1
Topic Last Modified: 2006-08-25
This section provides information that will help you manage the policy and compliance features that can be applied to e-mail messages that are in transport in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 by using cmdlets in the Exchange Management Shell.
The policy and compliance features in Exchange 2007 help you comply with various regulatory, legal, privacy, and other requirements that can be enforced on e-mail communications that are sent to and from the organization and the Internet, and internal communications between individuals in the organization. E-mail administrators are responsible for making sure that their e-mail systems comply with the policies that are established by the organization's management.
The following list describes the Exchange 2007 management components that help you achieve these goals:
- Transport Rules agents There are two
transport rules agents in Exchange 2007. The Transport Rules agent
runs on Hub Transport servers and helps you meet regulatory and
corporate policy requirements. The Edge Rules agent runs on the
Edge Transport server and helps you protect your organization from
unwanted commercial messages and viruses. For more information
about the Exchange Management Shell cmdlets for the transport rules
agents, see Transport Rules Agent
- Journaling agent The Journaling agent
helps you configure how Exchange enforces e-mail retention policies
on messages that are sent or received by departments or individuals
in your organization, to and from recipients outside your
organization, or both.
For more information about the Exchange Management Shell cmdlets for the Journaling agent, see Journaling Agent Cmdlets.
- Message classification Message
classifications are an Exchange 2007 and
Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 feature that is
intended to help organizations comply with their e-mail policies
and regulatory responsibilities.
For more information about the Exchange Management Shell cmdlets for the message classification feature, see Message Classification Cmdlets.