Hello. We are upgrading from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010. Our plan is to install/configure Exchange 2010 adding it to the organization, then move the mailboxes and remove the existing Exchange 2003.
We have a single Exchange server, operating as front-end, back-end and OWA. Single Exchange on a single server box. In addition we are using Postini to scan outgoing email so there is a connector in the First Routing Group that defines the Postini SMTP as a smart host for all outgoing traffic. The questions is: do we need to enable Link State Suppression or not?
Also, what will happen if we enable Link State Suppression without needing it? I am thinking it may be simpler to just enable it and be on the safe side as opposed to trying to read the fine print of the requirements.