Understanding Transport

Applies to: Exchange Server 2010

The component of Microsoft Exchange that is responsible for transferring messages is known as Transport. The following topics provide detailed information about the Transport features in Exchange Server 2010:

Overview of the Edge Transport Server Role

Overview of the Hub Transport Server Role

Understanding Accepted Domains

Understanding Address Rewriting

Understanding Anti-Spam and Antivirus Functionality

Understanding Approval Framework

Understanding Back Pressure

Understanding Content Conversion

Understanding Delivery Agents

Understanding DSNs and NDRs

Understanding DNS Query Failure Sensitivity

Understanding Domain Security

Understanding Edge Subscriptions

Understanding the EdgeTransport.exe.Config File

Understanding Exchange 2010 Support for X.400 Authoritative Domains

Understanding Foreign Connectors

Understanding Group Metrics

Understanding Header Firewall

Understanding Journaling

Understanding MailTips

Understanding Message Routing

Understanding Message Size Limits

Understanding Message Throttling

Understanding Moderated Transport

Understanding the Pickup and Replay Directories

Understanding Priority Queuing

Understanding Receive Connectors

Understanding Recipient Resolution

Understanding Remote Domains

Understanding Send Connectors

Understanding Shadow Redundancy

Understanding TLS Certificates

Understanding Transport Agents

Understanding Transport Database Configuration Options

Understanding Transport Logs

Understanding Transport Pipeline

Understanding Transport Policy and Compliance Agents

Understanding Transport Queues

Understanding Transport Rules