Historically, Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 routing was designed to enable mail delivery over early point-to-point networks using discrete next-hop solutions. It had evolved little to take advantage of the advancements in network technologies. Learn how mail routing works in the Exchange Server 2007 environment using IP networks and Active Directory Site Topologies. Discover how Exchange Server 2007 and Exchange 200x mailflow interoperability works. Hear about recommended topology and deployment best practices. We also show how administrators can maintain their network by adjusting spam and virus settings and implementing the appropriate security policies, as well as how end-users can use simple and familiar interfaces to recover junk e-mail and apply message classifications.
Presenter: Todd Luttinen, Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation