Trainsignal Exchange Server 2013 Administration
In this course, your instructor Christopher Harrison covers a range of topics including the installation and management of SharePoint 2013, PowerShell, data management, and more. This course is designed for those who already have a basic understanding of SharePoint, Windows administration, and Active Directory concepts.
Trainsignal Exchange Server 2013 Administration
In this introductory course, you will learn the essentials of planning, installing, and configuring Forefront UAG 2010 to provide secure remote access for managed and non-managed systems. You will learn how to install and configure Forefront UAG 2010 and how to publish popular Microsoft applications and services like SharePoint, Exchange Outlook Web App, and Remote Desktop Services (RDS). It is helpful to have a strong understanding of TCP and IPv4 networking, basic Windows server administration skills, Active Directory, and DNS.
In this course, students will learn to configure and manage a Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 messaging environment. This course will teach students guidelines, best practices, and considerations that will help them optimize their Exchange server deployment. Core Solutions will provide you with the knowledge and skills to plan, install, and manage the mailbox role, client access, transport, and Exchange infrastructure.
I have anExchange 2007server with all roles in the same server (Version: 08.03.0327.001 ) on a Windows 2008 R2 server. I have now installed two Exchange 2013 servers both with CAS and MBX roles on Windows 2012 servers (full patched). There is also a DAG between the new servers. All mail goes through a BorderWare besides the internal mail.I can send mail from both environments to the Internet. I can also send internal mail from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2013.But the problem is that I am unable to send from Exchange 2013 to Exchange 2007. I've debugged, but not solved the problem and there are few articles on the Internet.Any suggestions?
I faced this problem before. (my environment is ex2010 coexist with ex2013).and ex2013 cannot send email to ex2007.things you have to do is.1. Make sure that you don't put you "EXCHANGE IP" in any receive connector.make sure you have exchange IP in only default receive connector.just remove the Exchange's IP or even if you add IP range that including Exchange IP , you have to take it out too.This is so weird but it's work for me after I remove Exchange IP from other receive connector.
create separate receive connector on exchange 2007 to receive email from exchange 2013. remove all authentications and selectAnonymous users only on receive connectors. assign Exchange 2013 as accept source. if Exchange 2013 Mailbox Server has any Other Exchange 2007 receive connectors, please remove the IP from there. keep exchange 2013 Mailbox Server IP for this receive connectors only. create send connector from exchange 2013 and sources server as exchange 2013 mailbox Server . configure target host as Exchange 2007 Servers.
check Ports are open from Firewall ( telnet from exchange 2013 Mailbox to Exchange 2007 HUB POrt 25 ), check whether Send connectors SMTP port is 25 (get-sendconnector -identity "Exc2013-to-exch2007" fl
Finallyit works. The solution is described inIndunil and Supawat Rungsarityotinreply. It's about the receiveconnectors on both Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2013 side.It does not work using the default receiveconnectors. You have to create new ones forcoexistence of both sides. In my case, I hadtwo Exchange 2013 servers with all roles. I had tocreate receive connectors on bothplus of course on the Exchange 2007server. It is important of course that the remoteservers are authorized on each connector.Thanks to all who responded and I hope itmakes someone else will not have to getgray hair.
The Exchange 2013 server stopped sending to the Exchange 2007 server. The Exchange 2007 could send to Exchange 2013. Re-setting up send/receive connectors didn't help. Restarting services didn't help. We ended up just switching the mail routing and moving all the mailboxes in one night, rather than the staged migration. Never did find a solution.
1. On Ex2007 created a receive connector called "receive ex2013 mail". Cleared all security and authentication. Under authentication, selected "Exchange Server Authentication". Under Permissions group, selected "anonymous users." Under Scoping I added the Ex2013 server's IP address.
2. Created a send connector on the Ex2013 server called "Ex2013 Send Connector". Under delivery, Route mail through this smart host, added Ex2007 IP address only. Create the rest as I would any internet-facing send connector.
I had the exact same issue where I installed Exchange 2013 SP1 along side my Exch2010 SP3 with CU5 box, where I couldn't receive Email to users mailboxes on the Exch2010 server from senders on the Exch2013 box.