You have an Exchange organization named contoso.com. All servers in the organization have Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) installed. You need to add a disclaimer to all e-mail messages sent by members of a mail-enabled group named Group1. The solution must only affect e- mail messages sent to the Internet. What should you do?
A. From the Exchange Management Console, create a transport rule.
B. From the Exchange Management Console, modify the mail flow settings of Group1.
C. From the Exchange Management Shell, run the New-RemoteDomain cmdlet, and then run the
D. From the Exchange Management Shell, run the New-SystemMessage cmdlet, and then run the
Your company acquires a new Internet domain name. You need to ensure that all users can receive e-mail messages sent to the new domain name. Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Create a sharing policy.
B. Create a remote domain.
C. Create an accepted domain.
D. Create an e-mail address policy.
E. Modify the properties of the default Receive connector.
You have an Exchange Server 2010 organization. You acquire a new Internet domain name. Users report that they cannot receive e-mail sent to the new domain name. You verify that all users have the new domain name configured as an e-mail address suffix. You need to ensure that users can receive e-mail sent from the Internet to the new domain name. What should you create?
A. an Authoritative Accepted Domain
B. an External Relay Accepted Domain
C. a new Receive connector
D. a remote domain
You have an Exchange Server 2010 organization that contains an accepted domain named fabrikam.com. You need to automatically forward to another server all e-mail messages sent to fabrikam.com recipients who do not exist in the organization. Which properties should you modify?
A. accepted domain
B. default e-mail address policy
C. default Receive connector
D. default remote domain
You have an Exchange Server 2010 organization named contoso.com. All users configure internal and external Out Of Office messages. You need to ensure that internal Out Of Office messages are sent to senders from the fabrikam.com domain. What should you create and configure?
A. a new accepted domain
B. a new Receive connector
C. a new remote domain
D. a new Send connector
You have an Exchange organization. All servers in the organization have Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) installed. The network contains internal DNS servers. You need to ensure that the Hub Transport servers use external DNS servers when they resolve Internet names. What should you modify?
A. the message delivery properties of the Hub Transport global settings
B. the properties of the default remote domain
C. the properties of the Hub Transport server object
D. the properties of a Send connector
Configured on the Hub Transport server properties window, External DNS lookups tab:
You have an Exchange Server 2010 organization named contoso.com. Your company acquires a company named Fabrikam, Inc. You plan to create new mailboxes for each user from Fabrikam. You need to ensure that each new mailbox can receive e-mail messages sent to fabrikam.com. The solution must not prevent the organization from receiving e-mails sent to contoso.com. What should you do?
A. Create an accepted domain and then create a new e-mail address policy.
B. Create a remote domain and then modify the default e-mail address policy.
C. Create a Receive connector and then create a managed folder mailbox policy.
D. Modify the default accepted domain and then modify the default e-mail address policy.
You have an Exchange organization named Contoso, Ltd. All servers in the organization have Exchange Server 2010 SP1 installed. The organization contains an Edge Transport Server. Users from a company named Fabrikam, Inc., send email messages over the Internet by using the @fabrikam.com email address suffix. Contoso acquires Fabrikam. You need to ensure that messages sent from Fabrikam users to Contoso users have the contoso.com email address suffix in their source address. What should you create?
A. an accepted domain
B. an address rewrite entry
C. an e-mail address policy
D. a Receive connector
You use address rewriting to present a consistent appearance to external recipients of messages from your Exchange 2010 organization. Address rewriting can be valuable to organizations that use third-party vendors to provide e-mail support and services. Customers and partners expect email messages to come from the organization, not a third-party vendor. Similarly, after a merger or acquisition, an organization might want all email messages to appear to come from the single new organization. The address rewriting feature frees organizations to structure their businesses by business requirements instead of by technical requirements or limitations. You can also use address rewriting to enable appropriate routing of inbound messages from outside your Exchange 2010 organization to internal recipients. Address rewriting enables replies to messages that were rewritten to be correctly routed to the original sender of the rewritten message. You configure Address Rewriting agents on the Receive connector and Send connector on a computer that has the Edge Transport server role installed. EMS: Enable-TransportAgent -Identity “Address Rewriting Inbound agent” New-AddressRewriteEntry -name “email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org” – InternalAddress email@example.com -ExternalAddress firstname.lastname@example.org
You have an Exchange Server 2010 organization. Your network contains an Edge Transport server named Edge1 and a Hub Transport server named Hub1. You configure EdgeSync synchronization between Hub1 and Edge1. A month later, you install a second Hub Transport server named Hub2 in the same Active Directory site. You need to ensure that Edge1 synchronizes information from Hub1 and Hub2. What should you do?
A. Create a new subscription file and then import the new subscription file to Hub1 and Hub2.
B. Remove the Edge Subscription from Edge1 and then run the ImportEdgeConfig.ps1 script on Hub2.
C. Copy the subscription file from Hub1 to Hub2 and then run the New-EdgeSubscription cmdlet on Hub2.
D. Move Hub2 to a separate Active Directory site.
Create a new subscription file on Edge1 and then run the New-EdgeSubscription cmdlet on Hub2.
B is incorrect as the ImportEdgeConfig.ps1 script creates a clone of the Edge Transport server. C is incorrect as we need to create a new subscription file before we can copy it to Hub2. (If we use the old file, it won’t work. There is a TTL of 24 hours that would have expired by now). D is incorrect because Edge Transport servers can only be associated with one AD site at a time. Reference:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997438 (there is a note about 3/4 down the article that mentions this as the correct step).
You have an Exchange Server 2010 Mailbox server that contains multiple mailbox databases. You need to ensure that you receive an e-mail alert if the volume that contains the mailbox database files has less than 25 percent of free space. What should you do?
A. Create a new Data Collector Set.
B. Create a new Event Viewer Subscription.
C. Attach a new task to the Application event log.
D. Modify the properties of the mailbox database objects.
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