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Understanding the Advanced Tab

 

Applies to: Forefront Online Protection for Exchange

Topic Last Modified: 2012-08-24

ImportantImportant:
The Advanced tab in the Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE) Administration Center is only available to administrators with permissions to manage multiple companies.

The Advanced tab in the Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE) Administration Center provides administrators with a consolidated view of all the companies that they manage. You can use this tab to perform any of the following tasks:

  • Check that there are no firewall rules that would result in message loss between FOPE and an SMTP address.

  • Search for detailed information that exists within the FOPE Administration Center about a specific company to which you have access.

  • View a list of all the companies that you manage or filter the list to show only certain types of companies, such as Microsoft Exchange Online customers.

The Advanced tab can only be used by service resellers, an administrator of an organization that has a cross-premises routing environment, or an administrator who has received delegated rights if the organization has established delegated administrator roles. For more information about roles and permissions in FOPE, see Understanding User Roles and Permissions.

On the Companies tab on the Advanced tab, you can see the names of companies that you have permission to view in FOPE. You can also see when they were added, whether the company is currently able to use the FOPE service, and whether a company is a service reseller. You can filter the list to show only certain types of companies by using the options in the Views pane. You can also reorder the list by clicking the titles in the top row of each column. The following image shows a few companies listed in this tab.

FOPE administration center companies tab

When you click the name of a company that has been activated, you will be taken to the Company tab on the Administration tab, which provides many configuration settings that you can change for that company. For more information about the panes and options available to you there, see the Configuring Company Settings in FOPE help topic.

The following table describes each option that you can use to show different types of companies on the Companies tab on the Advanced tab.

 

View Purpose

All Companies

Show every company you manage.

Resellers

Show only companies that can manage other companies.

Non-resellers

Show only companies that cannot manage other companies.

Disabled Companies

Show only companies that you have permission to view and who are not currently allowed to use the FOPE service.

Enabled Companies

Show only companies that you have permission to view and that are allowed to use the FOPE service.

Not Activated

Show only companies that you have permission to view but have not started using the FOPE service.

MVLS Customers

Show only companies that you have permission to view and are part of a Microsoft Volume License Service agreement.

TRIAL Customers

Show only companies that you have permission to view and are part of a trial service agreement.

SPLA Customers

Show only companies that you have permission to view and are a part of a service provider license agreement.

DIRECT Customers

Show only companies that you have permission to view and are part of a direct service agreement.

TELCO Customers

Show only companies that are part of the telephone communications industry.

BPOS Direct Customers

Show only companies that you have permission to view and are part of a Microsoft Business Productivity Online services agreement.

Exchange Online Customers

Show only companies that you have permission to view and who are using the Exchange Online service.

On the SMTP Connectivity Checker tab on the Advanced tab, you can review the results of previous connection tests and also start a new task to confirm the status of an SMTP address. The Results pane on this tab shows all tests that have been submitted along with a brief message about the status of the test. A notification about the test is sent to the email address you have designated here. The following image shows tests that are in-progress as they appear on this tab.

FOPE administration center advanced tab

The following procedure describes how to test an SMTP address and the fields that you can edit before starting a test.

To check SMTP connectivity
  1. Enter the IPv4 SMTP address in the SMTP address: field. For example, 10.10.254.254.

  2. Enter the name of the customer to whom the SMTP address applies in the Customer name: field.

  3. Enter the email address to which test results will be sent in the Notification e-mail: field.

  4. Click Start Check to test the address you entered.

The message about the results of the test provides information that an administrator can use to make changes to a company’s FOPE configuration, if necessary. The report indicates the SMTP address on which the test was performed and a test identification number; the location of a datacenter that performed the test; the host name that initiated the test; the outbound IP address; the type of test, which is a mail test; the status of the test, whether pass or fail; and the output result such as a part of the connection that failed.

 
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