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Follow the steps below to correctly configure your Exchange Server 2010 email server for general use, and for use with IGetMail. Note that for this document we are assuming you are installing Exchange 2010 on Windows Server 2008 R2 64 Bit. Pre-Installation Checklist Install Windows Server 2008 R2 64 bit version Configure your static IP address Activate Auto Updates Add role - Active Directory Services Add role - Active Directory Lightweight Services Add feature - Windows Process Activation Service Add role - Web Server (IIS) Add feature - PowerShell Enable TCP Port Sharing Apply the 2007 Office System Converter Roles / Features NOT to install Installing Exchange Server 2010 Allow IGetMail access to your Exchange Server Adding EMail Users
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Make sure you have all of the following steps in place before you setup Exchange Server 2010 on Windows Server 2008 R2 64 Bit. For simplicity we are assuming you are setting up a small office where one machine will be used for both the Active Directory and the Exchange Server. This setup works just fine and reduces the number of machines to maintain. If you have a larger office you may want to consider separating the Active Directory machine and the Exchange 2010 Server. Install Windows Server 2008 R2 64 bit version Exchange 2010 is a 64 bit application and requires 64 bit versions of Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008. You should select a computer that is capable of running the 64 bit version of Windows Server 2003 or 2008. For this example, we will start with a clean installation of Windows Server 2008 R2 64 bit version that has not had any roles installed. After installing Windows Server 2008 R2 we set the clock and the name of the server to be "EX2010". At this point this server is configured to be a stand alone computer with default settings.

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Configure Your Static IP Address The default installation of Windows 2008 sets your IP v4 and IP v6 addresses to use DHCP. Since we will be configuring this computer to be a domain controller, you must change the IP address of the computer to be a static IP address. To change your IP address, click on "View Network Connections" in the Server Manager screen. This will display the list of active network interfaces.

Double click on your network adaptor to display the adaptors status.

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Highlight "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and then press the Properties button.

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Change the radio button to "Use the following IP address" and enter an IP address you want to use for this server. In our example, we chose to assign this server the internal IP address "192.168.1.25". We also have a firewall appliance that operates as a gateway at the IP address "192.168.1.1". NOTE: It is important to include this computer in the DNS list. You should list the IP address of this computer as the first entry in the list of DNS servers. In the alternate DNS servers field, enter the IP address of a DNS server provided by your ISP. Press OK to save your changes. Now you will need to modify the support for IP v6. If your network uses IP v6, then you will need to select "Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)" , press the Properties button, then enter a static address. If you are not using IP v6, you can leave the IP v6 set to the default setting of DHCP. NOTE: Exchange requires that IP V6 be enabled. Even if you do not use IP V6 you must leave it enabled. During the setup of Active Directory, the Active Directory Setup Wizard will check that both IP v4 and IP v6 have static addresses. As long as the IP v4 address is static you can continue the installation. DO NOT DISABLE IP V6 or else the Exchange Hub Transport Service will not start. At this point you should have all IP addresses on this server configured as static IP addresses. OR you have the IP v4 address configured as static and the IP v6 configured using DHCP. Press OK to save your changes and close the Network Connection screen. Activate Auto Update The next step in making this server a Domain Controller is to activate auto update. Active Directory will not install until this computer has auto updates active. To activate auto updates, click on the link "Configure Updates" and then select the option to have Windows automatically install updates. At this time Windows will download updates and will most likely need to reboot your computer. Allow the updates to be applied and the computer to be restarted until all updates are applied before installing Active Directory. You do not want to be in the middle of installing Active Directory when an auto update needs to reboot your computer.

Add role - Active Directory Services The process of installing Active Directory consists of two steps: the first step is to install Active Directory and the second step is to configure your Active Directory. Once this is complete, your Windows Server will now be a Domain Controller. Step 1 - Install Active Directory At the Computer Management Screen, press the "Add Roles" link. At the Select Server Roles dialog, check/tick the option "Active Directory Domain Services".

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NET Framework 3. Review this information and press Next. If the Active Directory Installation presents an errors. Setup and Configure Mic… When you select Active Directory the Select Server Roles Screen will inform you that you also need to install the feature ". Active Directory Domain Services will present information about the changes it will make to your server. igetmail. Press the "Add Required Features" button.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 5/43 . then press the Install button to start the installation process.5. Now the installation will scan your configuration and inform you if there are any pre-requisites that you have not fulfilled. correct these at this time and then repeat the installation.5/29/2011 How to Install. Once the Setup program indicates that you have met all pre-requisites.1". After acknowledging the required feature. press Next.

The Active Directory Domain Services may indicate that it is installed but there are errors.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 6/43 . igetmail.Configure Active Directory At the Server Management screen you should now see that you have 1 role installed. Step 2 . When the installation is complete. Press Close to return to the Server Management Screen. Setup and Configure Mic… The setup program will now install Active Directory on your Server. This is because the software is installed but not configured.5/29/2011 How to Install. you should see a message indicating "Installation Succeeded".

The Server Manager will show you a page about the status of the Active Directory Role. Setup and Configure Mic… To configure Active Directory. igetmail. click on the line under Roles labeled "Active Directory Domain Services".com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 7/43 .5/29/2011 How to Install.

exe)".5/29/2011 How to Install.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 8/43 . press Next. igetmail. press Next. When the Active Directory Domain Services Installation Wizard appears. The Installation Wizard will present information about the version of Active directory. Setup and Configure Mic… Click on the link "Run the Active Directory Services Installation Wizard (dcpromo.

Since we do not host IGetMail. that will be your Active Directory Domain and the domain serviced by Exchange. press Next. we are assuming that IGetMail. If you use a hosting company to host your Internet Domain. so you should take great care when enter this name. then you may want to enter the name of your Internet domain with ". igetmail.com on this Exchange Server. Setup and Configure Mic… Since we are assuming this Exchange Server will be the first Domain Controller.local".5/29/2011 How to Install. we will use IGetMail. we choose "create a new domain in a new forest".com is hosted at an Internet Hosting Company.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 9/43 .local to indicate our internal domain for IGetMail. If you host your own Internet Domain then you would enter your domain name here. Once you have decided on the name of your internal domain. Press Next. In our example. NOTE: Once you enter your domain name it is very hard to change it in the future. The domain name you enter here is the domain name that Exchange will associated with all of your email. Enter the name of your domain.

Press Next. igetmail. You will be asked a similar question which is at the domain level instead of the forest level on the previous screen. Press Next. then you will want to chose a function level to include the lowest version of Windows that you are using for domain controllers. You should follow the same approach and include the function level to include the lowest version of Windows you plan to use for domain controllers. Setup and Configure Mic… The Installation Wizard will now ask you about compatibility.5/29/2011 How to Install. If you plan to have domain controllers running various versions of Active Directory.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 10/43 .

Setup and Configure Mic… The first Domain Controller needs to have a DNS server running locally. The optimal location is to start out with having the installation wizard install the DNS server locally. you can select which drive to use. If you have multiple drives. Press Next. Also. then use the defaults. it will automatically make this computer a global catalog server. igetmail. Press Next.5/29/2011 How to Install.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 11/43 . You can specify where you want Active Directory to store its data. If you only have one drive in your Server.

To start the process of configuring your new Domain Controller. you will need to boot your Server into a special mode called "Directory Restoration Mode". NOTE: This password is different than the administrator account and if you change the administrator password this password will not change. You can define this password at this time. So you will need to store this password forever in a safe place. Press Next. Should you need to boot your computer into this special mode. Setup and Configure Mic… Should you need to restore Active Directory in the event of a hard drive failure.5/29/2011 How to Install. igetmail.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 12/43 . you will need to use a special password just for this restoration. Now the Installation Wizard will summarize the configuration that it is about to create. press Next.

Then restart your computer. You should see on the Server Manager screen that you have Active Directory and DNS Server roles installed.5/29/2011 How to Install. igetmail.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 13/43 . When the installation is complete. After restarting your computer. This will take a long time. Windows should show you the Server Manager. Setup and Configure Mic… The Installation Wizard will show its progress as it configures your Server. Press Finish. you will be shown a final screen. Also the process of installing Active Directory will add the features "Group Policy Management" and "Remote Server Administration Tools".

Click on the link "Add Roles" and then select to add the role "Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services" and press Next. NOTE: Exchange only requires that the Lightweight services are installed.Active Directory Lightweight Services Now that have your Server configured for Active Directory. Exchange requires that you add the Lightweight Service.5/29/2011 How to Install. Setup and Configure Mic… Add role . igetmail.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 14/43 . It does not require the Lightweight Services to be configured.

igetmail. press Install to begin. The installation wizard will show its progress.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 15/43 . Setup and Configure Mic… The installation wizard will inform you that it will make the following modifications to your server.5/29/2011 How to Install. Press Next. The installation wizard will confirm your intention.

If you want to create LDS instances you are welcome to. click on the link "Add Features".5/29/2011 How to Install. To install this feature. Press Close and then proceed to configure this newly installed role. but that task is not required by Exchange. the installation wizard will show its results. igetmail. This is sufficient for Exchange. At this point your Server Manager should show you that you have the Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services installed. Add feature . Setup and Configure Mic… And finally when the role has been installed.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 16/43 .Windows Process Activation Service The next feature that Exchange needs installed is the "Windows Process Activation Service".

check/tick the feature "Windows Process Activation Service". Windows will now install this feature and when it is complete. press Close to return to the Server Manager. igetmail. Select the items under this service and press Next.5/29/2011 How to Install. Setup and Configure Mic… At the Select Features screen.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 17/43 . Confirm your selections and press Install.

At the Select Server Roles screen. igetmail. Setup and Configure Mic… Add role . at the Server Manager click on "Add Roles".5/29/2011 How to Install.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 18/43 .Web Server (IIS) The next Role that Exchange needs installed is the Web Server IIS. check/tick the role "Web Server (IIS)" and press Next. To install this role.

IIS 6 Management Compatibility (include all items under this service) Press Next.Digest Authentication Performance . Exchange requires that several additional services be added to the default settings in IIS. Setup and Configure Mic… The Web Server IIS installation will present information about what it will perform.5/29/2011 How to Install.Dynamic Content Compression Management Tools . check/tick the following additional services: Security . igetmail.Basic Authentication Security .com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 19/43 .Windows Authentication Security . In addition to the default settings. Press Next.

Setup and Configure Mic… The Web Server installation wizard allows you to verify your selections.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 20/43 . Press Install to begin. The installation wizard will now install IIS on your Exchange Server. igetmail.5/29/2011 How to Install.

com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 21/43 . At the Server Manager click on the link "Add Feature". igetmail.PowerShell Now you are ready to install the next feature that Exchange requires as a prerequisite: "Windows Power Shell". Add feature . press Close to return to the Server Manager.5/29/2011 How to Install. Setup and Configure Mic… When IIS is installed.

press Install to begin the process of installing this feature. Setup and Configure Mic… Select the Feature "Windows Power Shell" and press Next. At the installation confirmation screen.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 22/43 . igetmail.5/29/2011 How to Install. press Close to return to the Server Manager. When the Power Shell feature is installed.

At the Server Manager screen . Tcp Port Sharing" and choose Properties. Scroll to the Service named "Net. Then click on "Services". Enable TCP Port Sharing When you install Windows Server 2008.expand "Configuration" in the left hand panel. the default setup disables a service that is needed by Exchange. Setup and Configure Mic… We have just 2 more items to meet Exchange's Requirements. Right Click on the Service "Net.Tcp Port Sharing Service".com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 23/43 . igetmail. The middle of the screen will show the installed Services. You will need to enable this service.5/29/2011 How to Install.

Press OK to save your changes. Setup and Configure Mic… Change the Startup from Disabled to Automatic. Click on this link to go to Microsoft's Download Site. Apply the 2007 Office System Converter You will need to download the 2007 Office System Converter Pack.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 24/43 .5/29/2011 How to Install. igetmail.

5/29/2011 How to Install.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 25/43 .exe". Setup and Configure Mic… Click on the link "Download Files Below". Then press the "Download" button next to the File Name "FilterPackx64. igetmail.

Setup and Configure Mic… Download and install the Filter Pack: Press Next and proceed through the wizard.5/29/2011 How to Install.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 26/43 . igetmail.

As a result. you must not install the SMTP feature from the Server Manger. Setup and Configure Mic… When you have completed the Filter Pack installation you are now ready to install Exchange 2010. Roles / Features NOT to install Exchange has a requirement to use its own SMTP service and not the SMTP Role that is built into Server 2008. This will be installed by Exchange. igetmail. the Exchange Setup will consider that an error. yet if you install the Windows 2008 SMTP feature. Note that the Exchange Setup wizard will issue a warning that the SMTP services are not already installed.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 27/43 .5/29/2011 How to Install.

Setup and Configure Mic… You are now ready to install Exchange Server 2010.5/29/2011 Installing Exchange Server 2010 How to Install. Now select the language option that is appropriate for your environment.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 28/43 . The next step you need to perform is to select the Language Option. the first 2 steps have been completed and will be inactive. igetmail. Click on "Choose Exchange Language Option". When you run the Exchange Server setup.

igetmail." The Exchange Server 2010 setup wizard will present information about the task it will perform.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 29/43 . press Next. Accept the license agreement and press Next. Setup and Configure Mic… After selecting your language option you are ready to being the installation.5/29/2011 How to Install. Click on the link "Install Microsoft Exchange.

press Next. Setup and Configure Mic… You can choose to participate in error reporting if you wish. igetmail.5/29/2011 How to Install.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 30/43 .

igetmail. Select "Typical Exchange Server Installation" and press Next. Press Next.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 31/43 . Setup and Configure Mic… Since this is Exchange Server is intended to be our only Exchange server. we will chose the typical installation which installs all of the components to make this Exchange receive. typically this corresponds to your company name or domain name. store and send email. Enter the name of your organization.5/29/2011 How to Install.

5/29/2011 How to Install. then chose Yes to provide compatibility with these clients. igetmail. then press Next. Setup and Configure Mic… If you intend to use Outlook 2003 clients to connect to this Exchange Server.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 32/43 .

com. Setup and Configure Mic… Exchange will now ask what you want to specify for the Internet facing side of Exchange. In our example.5/29/2011 How to Install.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 33/43 . using IGetMail we would create the Internet facing side of Exchange as mail. igetmail.igetmail. Next Exchange Setup will ask if you want to join the Customer Experience Program.

it will inform you at this time. If there are any items that Exchange needs. then press Install to begin the installation.5/29/2011 How to Install. Setup and Configure Mic… Exchange will now verify that all prerequisites are met. If the prerequisites have all been met. igetmail.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 34/43 .

Setup and Configure Mic… When the Exchange Server 2010 installation wizard completes.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 35/43 . igetmail. it will show the results of installing each component within Exchange Server.5/29/2011 How to Install. You should see all components with a green check mark. Press Finish and your Exchange Server should now be ready to use.

the Exchange user account must be a member of the Exchange Server Group within Active Directory.x you can instruct IGetMail to send email to your Exchange server using an authenticated user or anonymous access. Expand "Server Configuration" 3. igetmail. Open the Exchange Management Console 2.With this method you instruct IGetMail to use a specific Exchange user account to connect to the Exchange Server. In the middle section of the Management Console you will see the list of Receive Connectors. Select "Hub Transport" 4. Setup and Configure Mic… When Exchange completes its installation.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 36/43 . Authenticated User Access . Allow IGetMail access to your Exchange Server IGetMail Version 3. The Exchange System Manager will guide you through several post installation tasks. the Exchange System Manager will appear.5/29/2011 How to Install. IGetMail can send email to any of your Exchange user accounts. Once connected through this account.x instructions: When you are running IGetMail version 3. In order to use this method. To setup Authenticated Access: 1.

" allows Exchange to offer Authenticated login over standard SMTP. Right click on the Receive Connector "Default ServerName" and choose Properties 2.5/29/2011 How to Install. By default Exchange will not allow users to authenticate until you have an SSL certificate. igetmail. 3.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 37/43 . If you do not have an SSL certificate from a third party SSL provider. Setup and Configure Mic… 1. Unchecking / Unticking "Offer Basic authentication only after starting TLS. Select the "Authentication" tab. then Uncheck / Untick the option "Offer Basic authentication only after starting TLS".

Add the Group "Exchange Servers" to make this Windows account a member of the "Exchange Servers" group. To solve this you can either give the administrator a mailbox. The Windows account must have a mailbox in Exchange The Windows user must be a member of the group "Exchange Servers" Commonly. igetmail. Right click on the user name and choose Properties. 2.5/29/2011 How to Install.. Press the Add. you will need to specify a Windows user that meets these two requirements. 3. 1. Select the Window user account that you want to have IGetMail use to connect to your Exchange Server. made this Windows user a member of the "Exchange Servers" groups.. In our case we choose to name this new user "IGetMail" since we will use this Windows user account to route the email through as the email is delivered to all of the other users within Exchange. Right Click and add a new user. This is needed for IGetMail to route email to your users. or in our example below we created a Windows user. Run Active Directory for Users and Computers. and then created a mailbox for the user. 4. 3. 2. Select the Users group in the column on the left. Setup and Configure Mic… When you configure IGetMail. button. In our example this new Windows user is named "IGetMail". Go to the "Member Of" panel. 1. This will grant this Windows account the rights to route email to other users. the Administrator account does not work because it does not have a mailbox and a standard Windows account is normally not a member of the Exchange Server group.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 38/43 .

Select Mailbox to show a list of existing Exchange Users 4. Expand "Recipient Configuration" 3. Add the Windows account that you want IGetMail to use to the list of Exchange users.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 39/43 . 5. Right Click on "Mailbox" under "Recipient Configuration" and select New Mailbox or Click on New Mailbox in the Actions Column on the right hand side. igetmail. Run the Exchange Management Console 2.5/29/2011 How to Install. Setup and Configure Mic… Next we need to add a mailbox to the Windows account that IGetMail will use for authentication. In our example below we have added the account "IGetMail" to the list of Exchange Users. 1.

Enter the Name of a Windows User Name that you want IGetMail to use to connect to the Exchange Server. IGetMail is now configured to send email to your Exchange Server. It does not need to log into a Windows Account. In this case. At the Status Panel. IGetMail only has to connect to the Exchange Server. Check / Tick the option "Authenticate as . This Windows account must have a mailbox in Exchange and must be a member of the "Exchange Servers" group. 2.With anonymous access you can allow anyone to send email to any of your users. press the "Modify SMTP Settings" button. Setup and Configure Mic… Now Run IGetMail 1. Open the Exchange Management Console 2. To Setup Anonymous Access: Anonymous access . In the middle section of the Management Console you will see the list of Receive Connectors igetmail. Select "Hub Transport" 4.5/29/2011 How to Install. Expand "Server Configuration" 3. To configure Exchange to allow any user to route email perform these steps: 1.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 40/43 ." 3.

At the Properties for the default server select the Permissions Group tab.5/29/2011 2. check / tick the option Anonymous and save your changes.Run the following management shell command (note this is the Exchange Management shell and not the PowerShell): Set-ReceiveConnector -Identity "Default <ServerName>" -PermissionGroups "AnonymousUsers" Where you would replace <ServerName> with the computer name of this server.x and 2. Setup and Configure Mic… 1. igetmail.x and 1. Right click on the Receive Connector "Default ServerName" and choose Properties 5. Check / Tick "Anonymous Users" 4. Method 2 .Run the Exchange Management Console. Expand the item "Recipient Configuration" and select Mailbox. Now anyone can connect to the Exchange Server and route email to any user IGetMail Version 1. Expand the Server Configuration and select Hub transport.x instructions: When you are running IGetMail Version 2. Adding E-Mail Users Run the Exchange Management Console. Method 1 . Save your changes How to Install. Select the "Permissions Group" tab 3. In the lower half of the screen under the tab "Receive Connectors" right click on the connect labeled "Default <Name Of Your Server>" and select Properties.com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… 41/43 .x you need to allow anonymous SMTP connections for your server. At the Permissions Group Tab.

com/…/how-to-complete-the-s… Now that you have setup your Exchange Server 42/43 .5/29/2011 How to Install. Setup and Configure Mic… Click on the option "New Mailbox" in the right hand panel under the Actions column heading. Proceed through the wizard to create each of your new users. igetmail.

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