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« on: November 28, 2000, 11:44:00 PM »

Hi there, sorry its been a while, finally after 3 weeks got my Sybex book delivered to canada....(held up in customs...)read it and now doing some questions.
I`ve run into 2 questions I dont know the answer to.... any guesses would help me out.
Thanks in advance.

Question 1.
Remote server setup. Required to stop STMP address space replication.How can this be done?

a. Configure SMTP scope address space
b. Configure secondary SMTP address space for each recipient
c. Configure SMTP address space cost to 1
d. Configure SMTP address space cost to 100

Answer: Huh?

Question 2:

You have multiple sites. ATG division has its own site & NT domain. You don't want directory information to be visible
to other sites but users should be able to send messages to all the recipients. ATG should be able to view directory
information on all recipients. How to do it?

A. Clear directory replication in the DS for ATG
B. Grant recipient container to Exsvr service account in the ATG domain
C. Use X.400, set the trust of all X.400 connectors lower than the ATG recipients
D. Set the trust so that ATG is higher than other

Answer: Huh
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« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2000, 12:16:00 AM »

Not sure on the answer on question 1 but I think "D". question 2 is "B".

Any other input..Looking to take this in less then 2 weeks. Don't need it for my MCSE since I am already MCSE, MCP+I. but would be nice touch before doing CCNA in january..

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