Outbound mail flow is controlled by send connectors, or if Edge Transport servers are used then outbound mail flow is established by an Edge Subscription.
The name of the Active Directory site that hosts the internal Exchange servers is “Default-First-Site-Name”.
[PS] C: Admin> New-Edge Subscription -File Data ([byte]$(Get-Content -Path "C: Admin Edge2016.xml" -Encoding Byte -Read Count 0)) -Site "Default-First-Site-Name" Name Site Domain ---- ---- ------ NREDGE16 notrealuniversity... WARNING: Edge Sync requires that the Mailbox servers in Active Directory site Default-First-Site-Name be able to resolve the IP address for NREDGE16.and be able to connect to that host on port 50636.
The command is followed by a semi-colon, which can be used to separate commands on the same line.
The first cmdlet in our pipeline is Get-Exchange Server, which returns all Exchange server objects.
Finally, we format the output by selecting and ordering properties using Format-Table (ft), auto-sizing (-a) columns.
In addition to the previously added calculated properties, we also return the Self Signed, Services and Thumbprint properties.
Using the Group By parameter, we make Format-Table group the objects on a specific property, in this case Server.
Because the output can be very wide we use Out-String, specifying a large width to generate output larger than the host session without wrapping or truncating output.
Honeymoon caused some backlog, and one of the things to post was that the Exchange Team released the September updates for Exchange Server 20.
Like the previous Cumulative Updates for these Exchange versions, Exchange 2013 CU18 and Exchange 2016 CU7 require .
A DNS record is added to the internal DNS zone so that the Exchange servers in the organization can resolve the new Edge Transport server's name, which is NREDGE16.