TCP/UDP Protocol Port Used by
TCP 8686 Installer
TCP 8687 Full Text Index Search Service
TCP SMTP 25 Website to relay "Send to Me" and "Forwarded" messages.
TCP HTTP 80 Website
TCP HTTPS 443 Secure Website (if configured)
TCP RPC/MAPI 135, 1024-65536 ADSI calls to Domain Controllers by Active Directory Connector Service
MAPI calls to Exchange servers by Exchange Store Manager and Dataload Service
Dynamic Port information:
Since Archive Manager can open a lot of connections it is not recommended for any other service on the AM server to use a static port in the dynamic port range.
The dynamic port range is used for any and all outbound requests from your computer that don’t use a specific source port.
By default, the dynamic port range in Windows Server 2003 was 1024-5000 for both TCP and UDP.
In Windows Server 2008 (and Windows Vista), the dynamic port range is 49152-65535, for both TCP and UDP.
The following NETSH commands can be used to view the currently configured dynamic port range on your server.
>netsh int ipv4 show dynamicport tcp
>netsh int ipv4 show dynamicport udp
>netsh int ipv6 show dynamicport tcp
>netsh int ipv6 show dynamicport udp