Topic Last Modified: 2006-08-11
The Microsoft® Exchange Mail Flow Troubleshooter can run in either a client-based or a server-based mode.
The computers in the Exchange organization must meet several prerequisites before you can correctly run the Exchange Mail Flow Troubleshooter. If these requirements are not met, the tool will still run in many cases, but it might not run with full functionality, or it might run at a decreased performance level.
This topic includes information about the prerequisites and the supported environments for running the Exchange Mail Flow Troubleshooter.
For the Exchange Mail Flow Troubleshooter to run correctly, the Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 must be installed on the computer where the tool will run.
|If your Exchange Server topology includes Exchange Server 2007 (including pre-release versions), the Exchange Mail Flow Troubleshooter might not function correctly or some functions might not be available.|
The Exchange Mail Flow Troubleshooter can be run in the following environments:
- Exchange Server 2003 (all service packs) on Microsoft
Windows Server 2003
- Exchange Server 2003 (all service packs) on
Windows 2000 Server Service Pack SP3 and later
- Exchange 2000 Server SP3 and later versions, on
Windows 2000 Server SP3 and later versions
|Some functions of the Exchange Mail Flow Troubleshooter could possibly be available only with Exchange Server 2003. This is because Exchange 2000 Server and Windows Server 2000 have fewer interfaces with which to retrieve data than Exchange Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003.|