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• What is the correct setting for the correct settings for my dns to publish my Exchange 2010 server sp1.

• I can install on my server the three roles Edge EDGE TRANSPORT SERVER + FPE + TMG + ADAM. Without any complications, and what the settings step by step to carry out the publication of the Exchange service using this integration.

• Which are the ports to publish servers and other Exchange EDGE for the publication of the various services.

Note: I will thank you every answer to my questions in detail and make clear
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In your DNS servers you need to configure your (MX) records with (A) records references to the IP addresses that will receive your email messages. It is recommendable that you use SPF records also in order to inentify which ones are the IP address that can send emails from your organization.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff714972.aspx


You can install in the same server: Exchange EDGE Role, ForeFront Protection for Exchange, and ADAM. The forefront TMG shall be in a different server. In order to publish your EDGE server you can use a packet filter firewall or you can use ForeFront TMG also, you just need to follow the wizard publication for Exchange in TMG and specify that you want to publish Exchange SMTP server. (Even when you can install all the roles toguether just in one server, it is not recommendable to convine TMG with EDGE). Here the instructions for publishing the exchange services:
http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2009/12/17/3409102.aspx (Procedure for ISA 2006, is the same)
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/ForefrontedgePub/thread/75fc789d-eeeb-4cab-9f31-6ed3c88570c3


EDGE servers just need income TCP 25 in order to receive email from the Internet. From the EDGE to your HubTransport servers you need port 25 also in order to route the emails to your internal server. EDGE servers need the outbout TCP 25 in order to deliver email to the internet and UDP 53 for resolving DNS names (if you don't have a DNS in your DMZ). From your HUB Transport servers to the EDGE you need TCP 25 in order to relay your emails throw the SMARTHOST = EDGE and in case that you use EDGE SYNC you need additionally port TCP 50636


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