Exchange Server 2010 to support 'SLD, Disjoint, Discontiguous Namespaces'

Exchange team updated their testing matrix and has determined that Exchange Server 2010 will be supported on Single Label Domains (SLD), Disjoint Namespaces, and Discontiguous Namespaces. This post contains a brief description of each of these scenarios and special considerations. If you intend to install Exchange 2010 into one of these environments you need to […]

Exchange team updated their testing matrix and has determined that Exchange Server 2010 will be supported on Single Label Domains (SLD), Disjoint Namespaces, and Discontiguous Namespaces. This post contains a brief description of each of these scenarios and special considerations. If you intend to install Exchange 2010 into one of these environments you need to read documentation about applicable subject. In adding support for these types of topologies, there’s an underlying requirement for DNS to be properly installed and configured. Before proceeding with any defined deployment, clients and servers must be able to reliably resolve DNS queries for a given resource in appropriate namespace. “Single Label Domains – Single-label DNS names are DNS names that do not contain a suffix such as .com, .corp, .net, or .org. For example contoso would be an SLD while contoso.com, contoso.net, or contoso.local would not be an SLD.”

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