Many organisations choose to retire their existing 3rd party mail filtering service when they move to Exchange Online in Office 365 in favour for Microsoft’s native mail filtering service Exchange Online Protection (EOP). The benefits of doing so are numerous such as:
By now you would’ve read my previous blogs where I walked you through completing cross forest mail migrations, setting up cross forest mail flow and implementing this thing called multi-tenancy. If you haven’t read those blogs, stop reading this one, click on the links below and come back:
Hi Everyone, Hugh Roberts here again with some info that may be of use for those wanting to test test their endpoint and improve responsiveness. Recently a few of my customers have had issues with speed and responsiveness in Outlook and other products that hit the Content Delivery Network (CDN) for Office 365 which uses GEO-DNS. Simply put, GEO-DNS means you will be connected to the most local CDN node based off your DNS query location, so an Australian customer should return an Australian CDN node.
Microsoft Secure Score for Office 365 is a tool that has been available in preview since mid-2016 but has matured in recent times and as of February 2018 now includes a host of new features that allows IT admins to get a snapshot view of the current state of security in their Office 365 environment. This blog will show you the benefits of using the Secure Score tool regularly to leverage all the security feature sets found natively within Office 365 to secure your users and data.
I’ve recently been asked by a customer how they go about creating a new mailbox now that they’re in Office 365. It’s an interesting question because you’d assume you can start creating users and mailboxes right from the Office 365 portal.
Now while that may be true, it’s not for those of you in a Hybrid scenario. Fortunately, I have two options for you.
Big News! Microsoft is updating Azure Active Directory Connect (AAD Connect) to support cross-premises mailbox delegation.