Original computing articles by a systems administrator

Monthly Archives: February 2009

Moving a Front-End Exchange 2003 Server into your DMZ

Introduction: A common practice in networks is to have at least two Exchange servers, a front-end server in the demilitarized zone (DMZ, perimeter network in Microsoft terminology) and a back-end server in the company’s main network.  The front-end server hosts the public SMTP server and web mail.  The back-end server hosts the actual mail (informationContinue Reading