Server Configuration > Hub Transport
Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1
Topic Last Modified: 2006-09-15
Use the Hub Transport node under Server Configuration to display a list of all computers in the organization that have the Hub Transport server role installed and to perform actions specific to that server role.
You can use a variety of expressions to filter the list to focus on a set of servers that have specific attributes. For more information about filters, see How to Filter the Result Pane.
|To modify how server configuration objects are displayed in Microsoft Management Console (MMC), click View in the action pane. For more information about view options, see Server Configuration.|
When you select the Hub Transport node under Server Configuration, the result pane displays your Hub Transport servers. When you select one of these servers, the action pane displays the actions that you can perform on the selected server. The actions available for the server are listed under the server's name. For more information about the actions available for a server, see Server Configuration > Server.
The Receive Connectors tab in the work pane lists all the Receive connectors that exist on the selected server. When you click an item that is displayed in the Receive Connector tab, additional tasks that you can perform appear in the action pane.
The following actions are available when you select a Receive connector:
Click Disable to disable the selected Receive connector. This connector will no longer accept e-mail messages. How this may affect your ability to receive messages from certain senders depends on the configuration of your server.
Click Enable to enable the selected Receive connector.
Click Remove to delete the selected Receive connector.
Click Properties to view or modify the configuration of the selected Receive connector.
For information about the actions available for Receive connectors, see the following topics: