In my previous article I explained how to install and Exchange 2013 Edge Transport server and how to create and activate the Edge Synchronization process. In this blog post I’d like to explain a bit more how to configure Message Hygiene on the Edge Transport server.
Exchange Management Shell
The only possibility to configure the Exchange 2013 Edge Transport server is by using the Exchange Management Shell (PowerShell). There’s no GUI available for managing the Edge Transport server. The bright side of this is that there’s no IIS anymore on the Edge Transport server and that the attack surface of this server is smaller, something that’s important when connecting a server directly to the Internet. Continue reading Configuring Exchange 2013 Edge Transport server