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What are the features managed in EMC and Shell of Exchange 2010

Now, we’re going to discuss about some of the features of Exchange Server. This article makes you familiar with all the features in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. In this article, you can you can get a list with all features that can be managed by using either the Exchange Management Console (EMC) or the Exchange Management Shell. At the same time, you can view the features that can be managed only in the Shell. The main thing you’ve note about this is feature about of the Exchange Server 2007 and 2003 are not included, because the feature might have been renamed or removed in Exchange 2010.
The table given below is organized alphabetically by feature. Moreover, you will be able in locating features in the EMC. As all the features are managed by using the Shell, the management topics comprise both the EMC and Shell procedures.
The click paths follow the EMC layout from left to right, starting in the console tree and working toward the action pane. For example, consider the following click path for managing Exchange certificates: Server Configuration > (Select Server) > Exchange Certificates > (Select Certificate).




Feature How to get there in the EMC


Accepted domainsOrganization Configuration > Hub Transport > Accepted Domains tab

Edge Transport > Accepted Domains tab
Address listsOrganization Configuration > Mailbox > Address Lists tab
Archive quotas, apply to mailboxRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Properties > Mailbox Settings tab > Archive Quota > Properties
Best Practices AnalyzerToolbox > Best Practices Analyzer > Open Tool
Calendar settings, apply to mailboxRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) Properties > Calendar Settings tab
Client Access server settingsServer Configuration > Client Access > (Select Server) > Properties
Content filteringEdge Transport > (Select Server) > Anti-spam tab > Content Filtering
Customer Experience Improvement Program, opt-in or opt-out organizationMicrosoft Exchange On-Premises > Customer Feedback tab
Customer Experience Improvement Program, opt-in or opt-out serversServer Configuration > (Select Server) > Properties > Customer Feedback Options tab

Server Configuration > (Select Server Role Node) > (Select Server) > Properties > Customer Feedback Options tab
Database availability group networksOrganization Configuration > Mailbox > Database Availability Groups tab > (Select Database Availability Group) > Networks tab
Database availability groupsOrganization Configuration > Mailbox > Database Availability Groups tab
Database copiesOrganization Configuration > Mailbox > Database Management tab > (Select Mailbox Database) > Database Copies tab
Database switchoverOrganization Configuration > Mailbox > Database Management tab

Organization Configuration > Mailbox > Database Management tab > (Select Mailbox Database) > Database Copies tab
DatabasesOrganization Configuration > Mailbox > Database Management tab
Details Templates EditorToolbox > Details Templates Editor > Open Tool
Diagnostic loggingServer Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Server) > Manage Diagnostic Logging Properties
Distribution groupsRecipient Configuration > Distribution Group
Dynamic distribution groupsRecipient Configuration > Distribution Group
Edge SubscriptionsOrganization Configuration > Hub Transport > Edge Subscriptions tab
Edge Transport server settingsEdge Transport > (Select Server) > Properties
E-mail address policiesOrganization Configuration > Hub Transport > E-mail Address Policies tab
E-mail addresses, apply to public folderToolbox > Public Folder Management Console > Default Public Folders > (Select Mail-Enabled Public Folder) > Properties > E-Mail Addresses tab
E-mail addresses, apply to recipientRecipient Configuration > (Select Recipient) > Properties > E-Mail Addresses tab
Exchange ActiveSync mailbox policiesOrganization Configuration > Client Access > Exchange ActiveSync Mailbox Policies tab
Exchange ActiveSync mailbox policies, apply to mailboxRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Properties > Mailbox Features tab > Exchange ActiveSync > Properties
Exchange Control Panel Web siteServer Configuration > Client Access > Exchange Control Panel tab > (Select Web Site) > Properties
External Client Access domainsServer Configuration > Client Access > Configure External Client Access Domain
Federation trustsOrganization Configuration > Federation Trust tab
Full Access permission, mailboxRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Manage Full Access Permission
Hub Transport server settingsServer Configuration > Hub Transport > (Select Server) > Properties
IMAP4, configureServer Configuration > Client Access > POP3 and IMAP4 tab > IMAP4 > Properties
IMAP4, enable, disable, or specify the MIME format for a mailboxRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Properties > Mailbox Features tab > IMAP4
IP Allow List providersEdge Transport > (Select Server) > Anti-spam tab > IP Allow List Providers
IP Allow listsEdge Transport > (Select Server) > Anti-spam tab > IP Allow List
IP Block listsEdge Transport > (Select Server) > Anti-spam tab > IP Block List
IP Block List providersEdge Transport > (Select Server) > Anti-spam tab > IP Block List Providers
Journal rulesOrganization Configuration > Hub Transport > Journal Rules tab
License, input keyServer Configuration > Enter Product Key Group
License, view server and client licensing informationMicrosoft Exchange On-Premises > Collect Organizational Health Data tab
Mail contactsRecipient Configuration > Mail Contact
Mail Flow TroubleshooterToolbox > Mail Flow Troubleshooter > Open Tool
Mail usersRecipient Configuration > Mail Contact
Mailbox server settingsServer Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Server) > Properties
Mailboxes, configureRecipient Configuration > Mailbox
Mailboxes, disconnectedRecipient Configuration > Disconnected Mailbox
Mailboxes, moveRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > New Local Move Request or New Remote Move Request
MAPI, enable or disable for mailboxRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Properties > Mailbox Features tab > MAPI
Message deliveryOrganization Configuration > Hub Transport > Global Settings tab > (Select Transport Settings) > Properties > Message Delivery tab
Message delivery restrictions, apply to recipientRecipient Configuration > (Select Recipient) > Properties > Mail Flow Settings tab > Message Delivery Restrictions > Properties
Message size restrictions, apply to recipientRecipient Configuration > (Select Recipient) > Properties > Mail Flow Settings tab > Message Size Restrictions > Properties
Message trackingToolbox > Message Tracking > Open Tool > (Log On to Outlook Web App) > (Select to Manage My Organization) > Reporting > Delivery Reports tab
Move request, view or removeRecipient Configuration > Move Request
Offline address book virtual directory, configureServer Configuration > Client Access > Offline Address Book Distribution tab
Offline address books (OABs)Organization Configuration > Mailbox > Offline Address Book tab
Organization relationshipsOrganization Configuration > Organization Relationships tab
Organizational health, updateMicrosoft Exchange On-Premises > Organizational Health tab> Collect Organizational Health Data
Organizational health, viewMicrosoft Exchange On-Premises > Organizational Health Data tab
Outlook Anywhere, configureServer Configuration > Client Access > (Select Server) > Properties > Outlook Anywhere tab
Outlook Anywhere, enable or disableServer Configuration > Client Access > (Select Server) > Enable Outlook Anywhere
Outlook Web App mailbox policiesOrganization Configuration > Client Access > Outlook Web App Mailbox Policies tab
Outlook Web App mailbox policies, apply to mailboxRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Properties > Mailbox Features tab > Outlook Web App > Properties
Outlook Web App virtual directories, configureServer Configuration > Client Access > Outlook Web App tab
Performance MonitorToolbox > Performance Monitor > Open Tool
Performance TroubleshooterToolbox > Performance Troubleshooter > Open Tool
Personal archive, disconnectedRecipient Configuration > Disconnected Mailbox
Personal archive, enable or disableRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Enable Archive

OR

Recipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Properties > Mailbox Features tab > Archive > Enable or Disable
POP3, configureServer Configuration > Client Access > (Select Server) > POP3 and IMAP4 tab > POP3 > Properties
POP3, enable or disable for mailboxRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Properties > Mailbox Features tab > POP3
Public folder databasesOrganization Configuration > Mailbox > Database Management tab
Public folder replicationToolbox > Public Folder Management Console > Default Public Folders > (Select Public Folder) > Properties > Replication tab
Public foldersToolbox > Public Folder Management Console > Default Public Folders
Queue ViewerToolbox > Queue Viewer > Open Tool
Receive connectorsServer Configuration > Hub Transport > Receive Connectors

Edge Transport > Receive Connectors
Recipient filteringEdge Transport > (Select Server) > Anti-spam tab > Recipient Filtering
Remote Connectivity AnalyzerToolbox > Remote Connectivity Analyzer > Open Tool
Remote domainsOrganization Configuration > Hub Transport > Remote Domains tab
Resource mailbox, configureRecipient Configuration > (Select Resource Mailbox) > Properties
Role Based Access Control (RBAC) User EditorToolbox > Role Based Access Control (RBAC) User Editor > Open Tool > (Log On to Outlook Web App) > Administrator Roles tab and User Roles tab
Routing Log ViewerToolbox > Routing Log Viewer > Open Tool
Send As permissions, mailboxRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Manage Send As Permission
Send As permissions, mail-enabled public folderToolbox > Public Folder Management Console > Default Public Folders > (Select Mail-Enabled Public Folder) > Manage Send As Permission
Send connectorsOrganization Configuration > Hub Transport > Send Connectors tab

Edge Transport > Send Connectors tab
Send on behalf, mailboxRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Properties > Mail Flow Settings tab > Delivery Options > Properties
Send on behalf, mail-enabled public folderToolbox > Public Folder Management Console > Default Public Folders > (Select Mail-Enabled Public Folder) > Properties > Mail Flow Settings tab > Delivery Options > Properties
Sender filteringEdge Transport > (Select Server) > Anti-spam tab> Sender Filtering
Sender IDEdge Transport > (Select Server) > Anti-spam tab > Sender ID
Sender reputationEdge Transport > (Select Server) > Anti-spam tab> Sender Reputation
Server switchoverServer Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Server) > Switchover Server
Sharing policiesOrganization Configuration > Mailbox > Sharing Policies tab
Sharing policies, apply to mailboxRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Properties > Mailbox Settings tab > Federated Sharing > Properties
Storage quotas, configure for a mailboxRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Properties > Mailbox Settings tab > Storage Quotas > Properties
Tracking Log ExplorerToolbox > Tracking Log Explorer > Open Tool
Transport dumpsterOrganization Configuration > Hub Transport > Global Settings tab > Transport Settings > Properties > General tab
Transport limitsOrganization Configuration > Hub Transport > Global Settings tab > (Select Transport Settings) > Properties > General tab
Transport rulesOrganization Configuration > Hub Transport > Transport Rules tab

Edge Transport > Transport Rules tab
Transport settingsOrganization Configuration > Hub Transport > Global Settings tab
UM auto attendantsOrganization Configuration > Unified Messaging > UM Auto Attendants tab
UM dial plansOrganization Configuration > Unified Messaging > UM Dial Plans tab
UM hunt groupsOrganization Configuration > Unified Messaging > UM IP Gateways tab > (Select IP Gateway) > UM Hunt Groups tab
UM IP gatewaysOrganization Configuration > Unified Messaging > UM IP Gateways tab
UM mailbox policiesOrganization Configuration > Unified Messaging > UM Mailbox Policies tab
UM-enabled usersRecipient Configuration > Mailbox > (Select Mailbox) > Properties > Mailbox Features tab > Unified Messaging > Properties
Unified Messaging server settingsServer Configuration > Unified Messaging > Properties
Unified Messaging server, enable or disableServer Configuration > Unified Messaging > (Select UM Server) > Disable Immediately or Disable After Calls

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