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What three objects are under the Organization object?
site objects, the GAL, and folders
What is a leaf object?
an object that does not contain another object
What is the primary property of the Organization object?
permissions
Does intrasite replication need to be configured?
no
Does intersite replication need to be configured?
yes
The DS component supports directory access through what two interfaces?
the MAPI interface and LDAP
What is single-instance storage?
a message sent to multiple users on the same server is stored only onece
What component is responsible for delivering messages to users on the same server?
the Information Store
What component is responsible for alerting users to new mail?
the Information Store
What two protocols are built into the Information Store?
POP3 and IMAP4
What is a dedicated server?
a server that holds either the Public or Private Information Store, but not both
What is the purpose of a dedicated server?
to improve access performance
What does the Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) do?
manages message routing
What component handles the actual transfer of messages between servers?
connectors
What are the three main routing functions of MTA?
addressing messages, translating message formats, and making routing decisions
The MTA component is based on what standard?
X.400
What is the MTA's routing table called?
Gateway Address Routing Table (GWART)
What does the System Attendant do?
monitors other Exchange services, and builds and maintains routing tables for the site
How often is the routing table rebuilt by default?
once a day
What does the Internet Mail Service (IMS) connector do?
allows Exchange to interoperate with SMTP mail systems
What connector does Exchange use to interoperate with USENET?
the Internet News Service (INS)
What is the only time the Directory Service initiates communication?
during directory replication
How does the Directory Service communicate during directory replication if the other server is in the same site?
directly with the DS on the other server
How does the Directory Service communicate during directory replication if the other server is in another site?
through MTA
What component does the Information Store use when resolving an address?
the Directory Service
When a message is sent to a distribution list, what component handles expanding the list?
the MTA
By default, what e-mail addresses are created when a recipient is added?
Microsoft Mail, X.400, Lotus cc:Mail, and SMTP
What does the Link Monitor do to test the link between servers?
sends a test email
What is the process for sending the email used by Link Monitor?
the SA generates the email and places it in the IS, which sends it to the MTA for routing
What does the Directory Synchronization Agent (DXA) do?
handles the exporting or importing of directory information between Exchange and a compatible foreign directory
What is necessary for the Directory Synchronization Agent (DXA) to communicate with a foreign message system directory?
the foreign system must use the Microsoft Mail directory synchronization protocol
What version of Schedule+ does Exchange ship with?
v7.5
What does the Schedule+ Free/Busy Connector do?
allows the versions of Schedule+ shipped with Exchange and Microsoft Mail to interoperate
What are the three main communication processes that take place within a site?
directory replication, mail message transfer, and Link Monitor message transfer
What does Exchange use to ensure all directory changes are replicated throughout a site?
an Update Sequence Number (USN)
What advantage do Update Sequence Numbers (USN's) provide?
they allow Exchange to replicate only modified information, rather than entire directories
How does using USNs contribute to fault tolerance?
it ensures current and accurate directories throughout a site
What are the three main fault tolerance features for directory replication?
USNs, replication lists, and Knowledge Consistency Checker (KCC)
What does the Knowledge Consistency Checker (KCC) do?
compares the replication list on the local system to the replication lists on other servers
What is a replication list?
a list of Exchange servers in a site
How often does the KCC run by default?
every three hours
How long is the default replication period?
5 minutes
What is a stub directory?
a copy of the directory without recipients
When is a stub directory used?
when setting up a new server in an existing site
What format does the Exchange Client create messages in?
X.400 Interpersonal Message (IPM)
What are the two main parts of a message formatted with the Interpersonal Mail (IPM) format?
message content and message envelope