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MS-200 - Configuring a Messaging Platform: Connectors

MS-200 - Configuring a Messaging Platform: Connectors


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Overview/Description

Explore how to plan, configure, and manage send connectors and receive connectors in this 22-video course, designed to help in preparation for the MS-200 Planning and Configuring a Messaging Platform certification exam. Learners begin the course by examining receive connectors, including default receive connectors, local address bindings, and remote addresses. Then you will explore receive connector usage types, authentication mechanisms, and permission groups. Next, learners examine scenarios for custom receive connectors and demonstrate how to modify the SMTP (simple mail transfer protocol) banner and allow anonymous relay. Then you will move on to examine send connectors, including usage types, network settings, address spaces, permissions, and scope. Also covered in this course are key considerations for implementing custom receive connectors, including the widely used Exchange Server default connectors. Finally, the course gives practical demonstrations of how to create Internet mail and outbound mail send connectors; how to configure proxy outbound mail send connectors; and how to enable protocol logging.



Expected Duration (hours)
1.7

Lesson Objectives

MS-200 - Configuring a Messaging Platform: Connectors

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • provide an overview of receive connectors
  • list default receive connectors created in the Front End Transport service on Mailbox servers
  • provide an overview of receive connector local address bindings
  • describe receive connector remote addresses
  • list receive connector usage types
  • list receive connector authentication mechanisms
  • list the available permission groups
  • list scenarios for using custom receive connectors in Exchange Server
  • modify the SMTP banner on receive connectors
  • allow anonymous relay on Exchange servers
  • provide an overview of send connectors
  • list send connector usage types
  • describe using DNS or smart hosts to route mail
  • list available SMTP address space values
  • provide an overview of the send connector scope
  • list send connector permissions
  • create a send connector to send mail to the internet
  • create a send connector to route outbound mail through a smart host
  • configure send connectors to proxy outbound mail
  • configure protocol loggings
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course
  • Course Number:
    it_clpcmp_08_enus

    Expertise Level
    Intermediate