Exchange Server 2007 – Windows Management shell (WMS)

1) What is the Windows Management Shell? Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1) includes an automation and scripting shell called the Exchange Management Shell. 2) What is it used for? The Exchange Management Shell is a command-line management interface that is used to administer servers in an Exchange 2007 organization. 3) Upon which…


Exchange Server 2007 & MMC

1) How MMC is coupled with Exchange Server 2007?  Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 integrates with Microsoft Management Console (MMC). 2) What’re the programming languages used with MMC? You can program additional MMC snap-ins by using Microsoft Visual Basic or Microsoft Visual C++. 3) What’re Server side programming interfaces (MMC’s)?  If the snap-in is to be run…


Exchange Server 2007 & Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)

1) In Exchange environment, what are interfaces available to make use of programmatic access?  The Microsoft® Windows server operating systems development platform provides application programming interfaces (APIs) for the many underlying technologies. Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server supports programmatic access through many of these APIs, providing application developers with a flexible and familiar programming experience. 2) What’re…

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Exchange Server 2007 – Clustered environment & Load Balancing Services

1) How Exchange Server 2007 is supported in clustered environment? If Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 is run in a clustered environment, the clustering services that are included in the Windows Server operating systems are used. 2) By what means can we make effective use of productivity (load balancing services) in Exchange Server 2007 environment? Use the…


Exchange Server 2007 – Internet Information Services (IIS)

1) Exchange Server 2007 & Internet Information Services (IIS) ? Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 is closely integrated with Internet Information Services (IIS). 2) Can you any example where IIS is used with Exchange Servers?  With some exceptions (for example, MAPI), Exchange 2007 uses IIS protocol virtual servers to transfer all data among servers and to…

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Exchange Server 2007 – Networking Technologies

1) What are the Networking Technologies available for Exchange Server 2007?  The Exchange Server 2007 uses the following networking foundations of the underlying Microsoft Windows Server operating systems: Network Device Interface Services (NDIS) The TCP/IP stack. 2) How MAPI clients are communicated with Exchange Server 2007? Exchange 2007 also uses the remote procedure call (RPC) interface to…


Exchange Server 2007 FAQs

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Edge Transport Server or Gateway Server

1) What is an “Edge Transport Server”  or  “Gateway Server” ? Earlier Edge Transport Server is also referred as “Gateway Server”. In Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Edge Transport server role is deployed in your organization’s perimeter network . It handles all Internet-facing mail flow, providing protection against spam and viruses. 2) What is an “Edge Transport Server role”…


Direct Push

1) What is meant by “Direct Push” ? Direct Push is a technology It is built into Exchange ActiveSync that keeps a mobile device continuously synchronized with an Exchange mailbox