Exchange 2007 Finalize Deployment - Edge Transport Server

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I am almost done going threw the Finalize Deployment List but getting stuck

on one point... The whole Edge Server.

What do i actually have to do here?

It is probaly right infront of me but there is so much reading involved in

getting up/checking evering that i am gatvol(tired)

Do i need to create a Edge transport server or how do i subscibe to it?

New to exchange 2007.

My Setup:

ServerOld: Win 2003 with AD, Exchange 2003

ServerNew: Win 2008 with AD, and moving exch 2k7

Thanks
 
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Mark Arnold [MVP]

On Fri, 24 Jul 2009 04:34:00 -0700, TheWall <dclaassen@mweb.co.za
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> I am almost done going threw the Finalize Deployment List but getting stuck
> on one point... The whole Edge Server.

> What do i actually have to do here?

> It is probaly right infront of me but there is so much reading involved in
> getting up/checking evering that i am gatvol(tired)

> Do i need to create a Edge transport server or how do i subscibe to it?

> New to exchange 2007.

> My Setup:
> ServerOld: Win 2003 with AD, Exchange 2003
> ServerNew: Win 2008 with AD, and moving exch 2k7

> Thanks


Have you determined that you even need an Edge? If you have anti-spam

solutions elsewhere such as an appliance at the gateway then you don't

need one. If you've decided that you do need the edge then you will

install Exchange onto a server that's in a workgroup and then select

Edge. Once you've done that part you can go to the HT and create a

subscription and then put the result (it's a file) onto the Edge.

And: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb125236.aspx is all

you need really.
 
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TheWall

Ok, so we dont need one... thanks.



> Have you determined that you even need an Edge? If you have anti-spam
> solutions elsewhere such as an appliance at the gateway then you don't
> need one. If you've decided that you do need the edge then you will
> install Exchange onto a server that's in a workgroup and then select
> Edge. Once you've done that part you can go to the HT and create a
> subscription and then put the result (it's a file) onto the Edge.
> And: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb125236.aspx is all
> you need really.
>
 
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