Edge Server in a test lab

Posted on 2008-06-19
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
I have an Echange 2007 setup in my lab. I have no MX record for the Exchange org but I want to add an Edge server. I know how to install and configure it. My question is how to test it? What is the best way to simulate mail flow and test filtering?

Question by:granpa_simpson
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JimboEfx earned 50 total points
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Hello granpa_simpson,

In bound mail simulation is more likely to be straightforward than outbound mail testing.



Since this is only a test i would consider using the edge server for an address space such as gmail/hotmail/sometest domain so you can play with it:



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