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 Exchange rich-text format: Exchange rich-text format:
-* Determined by individual user settings+  ​*Determined by individual user settings
  
 Message text word wrap Message text word wrap
-* Never use +  ​* Never use 
  
 Enable the following check boxes: Enable the following check boxes:
-* Allow out of office responses +  ​* Allow out of office responses 
-* Allow automatic replies +  * Allow automatic replies 
-* Allow automatic forward +  * Allow automatic forward 
-* Allow delivery reports +  * Allow delivery reports 
-* Allow non-delivery reports +  * Allow non-delivery reports 
-* Preserve sender'​s display name on message+  * Preserve sender'​s display name on message
 Click apply, Click OK to close default message format properties Click apply, Click OK to close default message format properties
  
 4. Under Global Settings, right click Message Delivery and select Properties.  ​ 4. Under Global Settings, right click Message Delivery and select Properties.  ​
  
-* a.  On the General Tab there is an button to add perimeter servers. ​ If this is a one-box setup, there may be no perimeter servers.+  ​* a.  On the General Tab there is an button to add perimeter servers. ​ If this is a one-box setup, there may be no perimeter servers.
  
-* b.  On the Defaults tab, there a default delivery restrictions for recipients: ​ Sending Message size 10240 KB, Receiving Message Size 10240 KB, and Number of Recipient Limits 5000. Change as you see fit.+  ​* b.  On the Defaults tab, there a default delivery restrictions for recipients: ​ Sending Message size 10240 KB, Receiving Message Size 10240 KB, and Number of Recipient Limits 5000. Change as you see fit.
  
-* c.  On the Sender Filtering Tab, Check the box next to: Drop connection if address matches filter+  ​* c.  On the Sender Filtering Tab, Check the box next to: Drop connection if address matches filter
  
-* d. Under Connection Filtering Tab, by default there is nothing in the Block List Service Configuration,​ nothing in the exception list, nothing in Global Accept, and no IP's configured in the list to deny e-mail form certain IP Addresses.+  ​* d. Under Connection Filtering Tab, by default there is nothing in the Block List Service Configuration,​ nothing in the exception list, nothing in Global Accept, and no IP's configured in the list to deny e-mail form certain IP Addresses.
  
-* e. Under the Recipient Filtering Tab, by default there are no recipients listed under Block messages that are sent to the following recipients, and the check box is cleared next to Filter recipients who are not in the Directory.+  ​* e. Under the Recipient Filtering Tab, by default there are no recipients listed under Block messages that are sent to the following recipients, and the check box is cleared next to Filter recipients who are not in the Directory.
  
-* f.  Under Sender ID Filtering (Available in Exchange sp2) the default setting is to Accept the Message (and the sender ID status will be attached to the message for further anti-spam processing). ​ You could also choose to Delete or to Reject, but be careful by rejecting if mail is forwarded from a non-exchange perimeter server. ​ You may create a loop.+  ​* f.  Under Sender ID Filtering (Available in Exchange sp2) the default setting is to Accept the Message (and the sender ID status will be attached to the message for further anti-spam processing). ​ You could also choose to Delete or to Reject, but be careful by rejecting if mail is forwarded from a non-exchange perimeter server. ​ You may create a loop.
  
-* g.  Under Intelligent Message Filtering Tab (available as an add-in to exchange SP1, or available as part of exchange SP2), Chose SCL ratings of approximately 6 (so everything 7 and above will be treated as you configure). ​ If you merely want Exchange to sort messages into the Junk Mail folder, then under the heading When blocking messages, just select No Action. ​ Then, under the heading of Store Junk Email, select an SCL of 6 in order to move messages to Junk Mail when the SCL is 7 or more. (contrary to what the property page says about greater than or equal to, it only filters messages greater than the SCL+  ​* g.  Under Intelligent Message Filtering Tab (available as an add-in to exchange SP1, or available as part of exchange SP2), Chose SCL ratings of approximately 6 (so everything 7 and above will be treated as you configure). ​ If you merely want Exchange to sort messages into the Junk Mail folder, then under the heading When blocking messages, just select No Action. ​ Then, under the heading of Store Junk Email, select an SCL of 6 in order to move messages to Junk Mail when the SCL is 7 or more. (contrary to what the property page says about greater than or equal to, it only filters messages greater than the SCL
  
  
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 a. Under Exchange ActiveSync, check these boxes: a. Under Exchange ActiveSync, check these boxes:
-* Enable user initiated synchronization +  ​* Enable user initiated synchronization 
-* Enable up-to-date notification+  * Enable up-to-date notification
  
 Under Outlook Mobile Access, check these boxes: Under Outlook Mobile Access, check these boxes:
-* Enable Outlook Mobile Access+  ​* Enable Outlook Mobile Access
  
 You should try clearing the box Enable unsupported devices (until you have users with mobile devices that requires this to be enabled). You should try clearing the box Enable unsupported devices (until you have users with mobile devices that requires this to be enabled).
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 9. Under Servers, Protocols, SMTP, right click Default SMTP server and select properties. 9. Under Servers, Protocols, SMTP, right click Default SMTP server and select properties.
  
-* a. On the general tab,  You can check the box to enable logging with w3c extended log file format, and you will see that the IP address for this virtual SMPT server should be (All Unassigned) and on standard port 25.  Click Advanced to find you can edit smtp and enable various SMTP filters. ​ The Inteligent Message Filter is only available as and add on at the time of SP1, and an updated version of Intelligent Message Filter is integrated with Exchange SP2.  However, IMF must be enabled here in SMTP properties, and In Global settings, under Message Deliver properties, as described above. ​+  ​* a. On the general tab,  You can check the box to enable logging with w3c extended log file format, and you will see that the IP address for this virtual SMPT server should be (All Unassigned) and on standard port 25.  Click Advanced to find you can edit smtp and enable various SMTP filters. ​ The Inteligent Message Filter is only available as and add on at the time of SP1, and an updated version of Intelligent Message Filter is integrated with Exchange SP2.  However, IMF must be enabled here in SMTP properties, and In Global settings, under Message Deliver properties, as described above. ​
  
-* b. Under the Delivery Tab, select Advanced Delivery button, change the qualified domain name from yourhost.ntdomain.lan to yourhost.internetdomain.com. On the same Advanced Delivery page, insert the IP address (between BRACKETS) of any Smart Host (your perimeter non-exchange email server) that may handle other email accounts for the same FQDN and all mail where delivery is not local to exchange mail boxes handled on the exchange server. The brackets are required to prevent the DNS service from trying to resolve the IP address of the smart host IP number as if its were a host name. Click the button Configure (to configure external DNS servers).+  ​* b. Under the Delivery Tab, select Advanced Delivery button, change the qualified domain name from yourhost.ntdomain.lan to yourhost.internetdomain.com. On the same Advanced Delivery page, insert the IP address (between BRACKETS) of any Smart Host (your perimeter non-exchange email server) that may handle other email accounts for the same FQDN and all mail where delivery is not local to exchange mail boxes handled on the exchange server. The brackets are required to prevent the DNS service from trying to resolve the IP address of the smart host IP number as if its were a host name. Click the button Configure (to configure external DNS servers).
  
 10.  In IIS, Default Website, Exchange Virtual Directory, Go to Properties, Directory security tab, Under Secure Communications section, click Edit button, and Check the boxes next to Require Secure Channel (SSL) and Require 128-bit encryption. ​ Under client certificates,​ check Ignor client certificates - even though it all seems to work even if you check require client certificates (and no clients have certificates). ​ Click OK, Click Apply, click OK to exit Exchange Virtual folder properties. 10.  In IIS, Default Website, Exchange Virtual Directory, Go to Properties, Directory security tab, Under Secure Communications section, click Edit button, and Check the boxes next to Require Secure Channel (SSL) and Require 128-bit encryption. ​ Under client certificates,​ check Ignor client certificates - even though it all seems to work even if you check require client certificates (and no clients have certificates). ​ Click OK, Click Apply, click OK to exit Exchange Virtual folder properties.
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