Parameters relating to exchange of binary values
You need to be assigned permissions before you can run this cmdlet. Although this topic lists all parameters for the cmdlet, you may not have access to some parameters if they're not included in the permissions assigned to you.
To find the permissions required to run any cmdlet or parameter in your organization, see Find the permissions required to run any Exchange cmdlet https: This example makes the following configuration changes to the Receive connector Internet Receive Connector:.
The Identity parameter specifies the Receive connector that you want to modify. You can use any value that uniquely identifies the Receive connector.
The AdvertiseClientSettings parameter specifies whether the SMTP server name, port number, and authentication settings for the Receive connector are displayed to users in the options of Outlook on the web.
The AuthMechanism parameter specifies the advertised and accepted authentication mechanisms for the Receive connector.
You can specify multiple values separated by commas, but some values have dependencies and exclusions:. The AuthTarpitInterval parameter specifies the period of time to delay responses to failed authentication attempts from remote servers that may be abusing the connection.
The default value is 5 seconds. To specify a value, enter it as a time span: When you set the value to Setting the value to more than a few seconds can cause timeouts and mail flow issues. The Banner parameter specifies a custom Parameters relating to exchange of binary values banner that's displayed to remote messaging servers that connect to the Receive connector. When you specify a value, enclose the value in quotation parameters relating to exchange of binary values, and start the value with the default "Service ready" SMTP response code.
This condition is known as bare line feeds. Although message that contain bare line feeds might be delivered successfully, these messages don't follow SMTP protocol standards and might cause problems on messaging servers. This is the default value. You can specify an IPv4 address and port, and IPv6 address and port, or both.
The IP address values 0. You need to specify a valid local IP address from the network adapters of the Exchange server. If you specify an invalid local IP address, the Microsoft Exchange Transport service might fail to start when the service is restarted. The Comment parameter specifies an optional comment.
If you specify a value parameters relating to exchange of binary values contains spaces, enclose the value in quotation marks "for example: The Confirm switch specifies whether to show or hide the confirmation prompt. How this switch affects the cmdlet depends on if the cmdlet requires confirmation before proceeding. For these cmdlets, you can skip the confirmation prompt by using this exact syntax: For these cmdlets, specifying the Confirm switch without a value introduces a pause that forces you acknowledge the command before proceeding.
The ConnectionInactivityTimeout parameter specifies the maximum amount of idle time before a connection to the Receive connector is closed. The default value for Receive connectors on Mailbox servers is The default value for Receive connectors on Edge Transport servers is The ConnectionTimeout parameter specifies the maximum time that the connection to the Receive connector can remain open, even if the connection is actively parameters relating to exchange of binary values data.
The value of this parameter must be greater than the value of the ConnectionInactivityTimeout parameter. The DefaultDomain parameter specifies the default accepted domain to use for the Exchange organization.
You can use any value that uniquely identifies the accepted domain. Although you can configure any accepted domain as the default domain, you typically specify an authoritative domain.
The default domain is used by:. The primary address for all recipients in the default email address policy. If you configure another accepted domain as the default domain, the default email address policy isn't automatically updated. The DomainController parameter specifies the domain controller that's used by this cmdlet to read data from or write data to Active Directory.
You identify the domain controller by its fully qualified domain name FQDN. The DomainController parameter isn't supported on Edge Transport servers. The AuthMechanism parameter must contain the value Tls, and can't contain the value ExternalAuthoritative.
The domain that's used for mutual TLS authentication must be configured in the following locations:. The Enabled parameter specifies whether to enable or disable the Receive connector. Extended Protection for Authentication will be used only if the connecting host supports it.
Otherwise, the connections will be established without Extended Protection for Authentication. Extended Protection for Authentication will be required for all incoming connections parameters relating to exchange of binary values this Receive connector. If the connecting host doesn't support Extended Protection for Authentication, the connection will be rejected. Extended Protection for Authentication enhances the protection and handling of credentials when authenticating network connections using Integrated Windows authentication.
We strongly recommend that you use Extended Protection for Authentication if you are using Integrated Windows authentication.
This value is used in the following locations:. In the most recent Received header field in the incoming message when the message enters the Transport service on a Mailbox server or an Edge server.
You can specify a different FQDN for example, mail. If you have multiple Mailbox servers in your organization, internal mail flow between Mailbox servers fails if you change the FQDN value on this Receive connector.
The maximum length of a complete SMTP email address is characters. You can only configure this parameter on Receive connectors in the Transport service on Mailbox servers. This parameter isn't used by Microsoft Exchange Server It's only used by Microsoft Exchange servers in a coexistence environment.
The MaxAcknowledgementDelay parameter specifies the period the transport server delays acknowledgement when receiving messages from a host that doesn't support shadow redundancy. When receiving messages from a host that doesn't support shadow redundancy, a Microsoft Exchange Server transport server delays issuing an acknowledgement until it verifies that the message has been successfully delivered to all recipients.
However, if it takes too long to verify successful delivery, the transport server times out and issues an acknowledgement anyway. The default value is 30 seconds. The default value is kilobytes bytes. Unqualified values are typically treated as bytes, but small values may be rounded up to the nearest kilobyte. The MaxHopCount parameter specifies the maximum number of hops that a message can take before the message is rejected by the Receive connector. The maximum number of hops is determined by the number of Received header fields that exist in a submitted message.
The MaxInboundConnection parameter specifies the maximum number of inbound connections that this Receive connector serves at the same time. The MaxInboundConnectionPerSource parameter specifies the maximum number of connections that this Receive connector serves at the same time from a single IP address.
To disable the inbound connection per source limit on a Receive connector, enter a value of unlimited. The MaxInboundConnectionPercentagePerSource parameter specifies the maximum number of connections that a Receive connector serves at the same time from a single IP address, expressed as the percentage of available remaining connections on a Receive connector.
The MaxLocalHopCount parameter specifies the maximum number of local hops that parameters relating to exchange of binary values message can take before the message is rejected by the Receive connector. The maximum number of local hops is determined by the number of Received headers with local server addresses in a submitted message.
The MaxLogonFailures parameter specifies the number of logon failures parameters relating to exchange of binary values the Receive connector retries before it closes the connection. The MaxMessageSize parameter specifies the maximum size of a message that's allowed through the Receive connector. The default value is parameters relating to exchange of binary values MB, which results in a realistic maximum message size of 25 MB.
For any message size limit, you need to set a value that's larger than the actual size you want enforced. This accounts for the Base64 encoding of attachments and other binary data. For example, if you specify a maximum message size value of 64 MB, you can expect a realistic maximum message size of approximately 48 MB.
The MaxRecipientsPerMessage parameter specifies parameters relating to exchange of binary values maximum number of recipients per message that the Receive connector accepts before closing the connection. The MessageRateLimit parameter specifies the maximum number of messages that can be sent by a single client IP address per minute. The default value for Receive connectors on Mailbox servers is unlimited. The default value for Receive connectors on an Edge Transport servers is The MessageRateSource parameter specifies how the message submission rate is calculated.
The Name parameter parameters relating to exchange of binary values the unique name for the Receive connector. The maximum length is 64 characters. If the value contains spaces, enclose the value in quotation marks.
The PermissionGroups parameter specifies the well-known security principals who are authorized to use the Receive connector and the permissions that are assigned to them. The default permission groups that are assigned to a Receive connector depend on the connector usage type parameter that was used when the connector was created Client, Internal, Internet, Partner, or Usage. When you use the value Custom, you need to configure individual permissions by using the Add-ADPermission cmdlet.
For more information about the default permissions and security principals for permission groups, see Receive connector permission groups https: The ProtocolLoggingLevel parameter specifies whether to enable or disable protocol logging for the Receive connector.
For more information about protocol logging, see Protocol logging https: The RejectReservedSecondLevelRecipientDomains parameter specifies whether to reject connections that contain recipients in reserved second-level domains as specified in RFC example. The RejectSingleLabelRecipientDomains parameter specifies whether to reject connections that contain recipients in single-label domains for example, chris contoso instead of chris contoso.
Multiple Receive connectors on the same server can have overlapping remote IP address ranges as long as one IP address range is completely overlapped by another. For example, you can configure the following remote IP address ranges on different Receive connectors on the same server:. When remote IP address ranges parameters relating to exchange of binary values, the Receive connector with the most specific match to the IP address of the connecting server is used.
In computer programmingthe XOR swap is an algorithm that uses the XOR bitwise operation to swap values of distinct variables having the same data type without using a temporary variable. Conventional swapping requires the use of a temporary storage variable. Using the XOR swap algorithm, however, no temporary storage is needed. The algorithm is as follows: The algorithm typically corresponds to three machine-code instructions. When coded in assembly language, this commutativity is often exercised in the second line:.
Using x86 assembly, values X and Y are in registers eax and ebx respectivelyand xor places the result of the operation in the first register. However, the algorithm fails if x and y use the same storage location, since the value stored in that location will be zeroed out by the first XOR instruction, and then remain zero; it will not be "swapped with itself".
Note that this is not the same as if x and y have the same values. The trouble only comes when x and y use the same storage location, in which case their values must already be equal.
That is, if x and y use the same storage location, then the line:. Suppose that we have two parameters relating to exchange of binary values registers R1 and R2 as in the table below, with initial values A and B respectively.
We perform the operations below in sequence, parameters relating to exchange of binary values reduce our results using the properties listed above. For simplicity, assume initially that x and y are each single bits, not bit vectors. Note that parameters relating to exchange of binary values matrices are operating on values, not on variables with storage locationshence this interpretation abstracts away from issues of storage location and the problem of both variables sharing the same storage location.
A C function that implements the XOR swap algorithm:. Note that the code does not swap the integers passed immediately, but first checks if their addresses are distinct. The code below is a nice example of overly concise C code. The behavior of the code is undefined. Writing overly concise C code has become unnecessary as modern optimizing compilers will eliminate intermediate results and temporary variables. In most practical scenarios, the trivial swap algorithm using a temporary register is more efficient.
Limited situations in which XOR swapping may be practical include:. Most modern compilers can optimize away the temporary variable in the native swap, in which case the native swap uses the same amount of memory and the same number of registers as the XOR swap and is at least as fast, and often faster.
The XOR swap is also much less readable and completely opaque to anyone unfamiliar with the technique. One reason is that modern CPUs strive to execute instructions in parallel via instruction pipelines. In the XOR technique, the inputs to each operation depend on the results of the previous operation, so they must be executed in strictly sequential order, negating any benefits of instruction-level parallelism.
A historical reason parameters relating to exchange of binary values that it used to be patented US Even then, this was only for computer graphics. The XOR swap is also complicated in practice by aliasing. As noted above, if an attempt parameters relating to exchange of binary values made to XOR-swap the contents of some location with itself, the result is that the location is zeroed out and its value lost.
Therefore, XOR swapping must not be used blindly in a high-level language if aliasing is possible. Similar problems occur with call by nameas in Jensen's Devicewhere swapping i and A[i] via a temporary variable yields incorrect results due to the arguments being related: The underlying principle of the XOR swap algorithm can be applied to any operation meeting criteria L1 through L4 above.
Replacing XOR by addition and subtraction gives a slightly different, but largely equivalent, formulation:. Therefore, it is seen even more rarely in practice than the XOR swap.
Note, however, that the implementation of addSwap above in the C programming language always works even in case of integer overflow, since, according to the C standard, addition and subtraction of unsigned integers follow the rules of modular arithmetici.
This is actually a generalization of the proof for the XOR swap algorithm: Please note that parameters relating to exchange of binary values above doesn't hold when dealing with the signed int type the default for int. Signed integer overflow is an undefined behavior in C and thus modular arithmetic is not guaranteed by the standard a standard-conforming compiler might optimize out such code, which leads to incorrect results.
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