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IPSec usage scenarios for Exchange 2003?

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what are IPSec usage scenarios for Exchange 2003?
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Typically, you would use IPSec to encrypt a point-to-point IP link where confidentiality or password security is important.  A classic example is in an Exchange front-end/back-end topology.  The Exchange front-end will pass data (in the clear) to the back-end so IPSec is usually a good idea.  If you want to secure mail transfer links, it is usually better to go with an SMTP link using TLS security.
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