I have an C170 box. If i have an outage situation and my Internet link goes down. What will happen?
I think that my Exchange server will still delivery e-mails from my clients but IronPort will put all of them in a queue until the WAN connection restore itself, for then, send the queued messages to their Internet destinations servers.
So, first question: Is that correct??
- If so, where can i configure this queue? Capacity, for example.
- Where can i see queued and undelivered messages using IronPort Web Interface?
Just to make it crystal clear, you must be logged on with a valid customer account to view these links. The main landing page when you try to follow the links when you are not logged in does not specify this at all. It's quite frustrating.
Almost as frustrating as having to create a customer ID just to view KB articles.
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