Program's architecture

CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro is an ultimate Exchange toolbox used for managing email flow within organizations. Its architecture is based on two components responsible for the creation of email rules and their processing:

  • Exchange Rules Pro Service - a set of services responsible for processing rules and settings defined within the Administration Panel and applying them to messages traveling through the Exchange Server.
  • Administration Panel - a management console used to configure rules and other settings associated with the program's operation. 

The diagram below shows the architecture of the program (Fig. 1.).

Exchange Rules Pro architecture
Fig. 1. The program's architecture.


You need to choose Exchange Rules Pro Service while performing installation on the Exchange Server (with the Mailbox role). Therefore, this component needs to be installed on each Exchange Server with the aforementioned role installed. On the other hand, the Administration Panel's installation can be performed on any machine within the domain. However, please do it wisely and install it only on machines whose users will be delegated to manage the program.

See next

Exchange Rules Pro Service - this article contains information about services responsible for processing rules and settings defined within the Administration Panel and applying them to messages traveling through the Exchange Server.

See also

Supported platforms and requirements - this article provides information concerning the supported platforms and requirements necessary for the program's proper operation.
Sent Items Update - this article provides information on the feature that lets you update the emails in the sender mailbox's Sent Items folder with signatures after processing by the program.
Tenants configurator - this article describes the feature that enables management of tenants in your environment.
Settings importer - this article describes the built-in settings importer and converter that lets you easily import and convert settings from other versions of Exchange Rules Family.

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