Chapter 26. Managing Transport and Journaling Rules

As you may have noticed by now, in spite of the extra features it offers, Exchange provides messaging as its core functionality. Messaging systems have been part of the business environment for years—long enough for the novelty of electronic messaging to wear off and for it to become a staple of the office. Email is now ubiquitous; right or wrong, your users think of it in the same class as utilities such as electricity or telephone. Because of this perception, the majority of messaging administrators must now deal with issues such as regulatory compliance that once were the province of only a few types of businesses.

Legacy versions of Exchange were not equipped with the tools and technology ...

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