Applies to: Exchange Server 2010
Topic Last Modified: 2009-11-10
The component of Microsoft Exchange that is responsible for transferring messages is known as Transport. Two server roles are involved:
Edge Transport The mail routing server that typically sits at the perimeter of the topology and routes mail between the Exchange organization and the Internet.
Hub Transport The mail routing server that routes mail within the Exchange organization.
The following topics are gateways to information about Transport in Exchange Server 2010:
- Understanding Transport
View a list of links to topics that provide detailed information about the transport features in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, which will help you gain a better understanding of the Hub Transport and Edge Transport server roles.
- Managing Transport Servers
View a list of links to topics that provide information about managing transport features in your organization.
- Securing Transport Servers
View a list of links to topics that provide information about managing the security of your transport infrastructure.
- Troubleshooting Transport Servers
View a list of links to topics that provide information about troubleshooting transport issues.
- Performance Counter Reference for Transport Servers
Learn about various performance counters used by transport servers.
- Errors and Events Reference for Transport Servers
Learn about transport errors and events you may encounter.