Exchange 2013 post-installation tasks
Applies to: Exchange Server 2013
After you've completed the installation of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, read the following topics to help you configure your new Exchange 2013 organization.
|Enter your Exchange 2013 product key||Read this topic to license a Microsoft Exchange server.|
|Configure mail flow and client access||Read this topic to configure mail flow to and from the Internet and configure Microsoft Exchange to accept client connections from the Internet.|
|Configure Internet mail flow through a subscribed Edge Transport server||Read this topic if you're installing an Edge Transport server and you want to configure an EdgeSync Subscription between that server and a Hub Transport server.|
|Verify an Exchange 2013 installation||Read this topic to verify that Exchange 2013 was installed successfully in your organization.|
|Install the Exchange 2013 management tools||Read this topic to install the Exchange Management Shell and Exchange Toolbox on client workstations or other non-Exchange servers in your organization.|
If you want to configure additional features, such as permissions, compliance, high availability, and more, see Exchange Server 2013.