Use the General property page to provide a name for the connector, specify the cost of the connector, and specify the messaging bridgehead server in the local site.
Note If you are installing a new Site Connector, the General property page appears automatically after you choose New Other from the File menu, and then choose Site Connector.
Use the General property page to define a name for the Site Connector. The directory name cannot be changed once it is entered.
|Display name||Type the name (up to 256 alphanumeric characters) that will be displayed in the Administrator window. This name is not case-sensitive.|
|Directory name||Type an informative and descriptive name (up to 64 alphanumeric characters). This permanent name identifies the Site Connector in the directory and is used in event log messages. You can modify this name only when creating a Site Connector. This name is not case-sensitive.|
You can set a routing cost of the message transfer from the local site to the remote site.
|Cost||Type a cost between 1 and 100. The lowest cost of all active connections is chosen. The default is 1.|
For more information about setting costs, see Microsoft Exchange Server Concepts and Planning.
You can select one server that is dedicated to sending messages to remote sites.
|Any server||Any server in the local site can send messages to the remote site. This is the default setting.|
|Specific server||Select a specific server in the local site to send messages to the remote site.|