You can manage servers and server groups by performing the following tasks:
Logging onto servers
Modifying or viewing server or server group settings
Viewing the status of a server
Creating a user-defined server group
Adding servers to a group
Moving a server to another user-defined server group
Synchronizing group settings to a server
Restoring default settings to a server or group
Removing a server from group management
Removing a server group
Exporting and importing settings
Modifying the port and the communication properties of a server
Creating and assigning a custom throttling policy to the Mail Security service account user
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