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In MS Exchange, which of the following is NOT an Exchange Recipient type?

In MS Exchange, which of the following is NOT an Exchange Recipient type?

  • Distribution mailbox
  • Room mailbox
  • Legacy mailbox
  • User mailbox 
In MS Exchange, which of the following is NOT an Exchange Recipient type?

 

EXPLANATION

The following are all Exchange Recipient types in MS Exchange.
User mailbox: This mailbox is created for an individual user to store mails, calendar items, contacts, tasks, documents, and other business data.

Linked mailbox: This mailbox is created for an individual user in a separate, trusted forest. For example AD account is created in A.COM and Mailbox is created in B.COM Exchange Server.

Shared mailbox: This mailbox is not primarily associated with a single user and is generally configured to allow logon access for multiple users.

Legacy mailbox: This mailbox is resides on a server running Exchange Server 2003 or Exchange 2000 Server. See here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/931747/a-mailbox-that-is-located-on-an-exchange-server-2007...

Room mailbox: This mailbox is created for a meeting location, such as a meeting or conference room, auditorium, or training room. When we create this mailbox, by default a disabled user object account is created.

Equipment mailbox: A resource mailbox is created for a non-location specific resource, such as a portable computer projector, microphone, or a company car. When we create this mailbox, by default a disabled user object account is created. Equipment mailboxes provide a simple and efficient way for users to use resources in manageable way.

SOURCE

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb201680(v=exchg.150).aspx
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