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How to Set Up a Mail Flow Rule for External Email Messages

How to Set Up a Mail Flow Rule for External Email Messages

You’re trying to set up a mail flow rule that will include a disclaimer to help protect members of your organization against harmful elements from external email messages from non-organization addresses. Unfortunately, after setting up a rule, putting up a nice code to make the disclaimer pop out, you find out that the rule doesn’t work. Even the colors you set up didn’t work as expected (or worse, didn’t show at all!). In this article, let’s address this issue. I’ll also show you step-by-step instructions on what to do to set up a working mail flow rule for external email …

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Exchange Hybrid Configuration Migration Wizard Tutorial

Exchange Hybrid Configuration Migration Wizard Tutorial

Because of the benefits of using Exchange Online (Office 365), numerous organizations have moved from an on-premises messaging environment. Reduced costs, enhanced management overhead, and easy management are enough to convince executives to switch. The problem is, the migration process is quite tedious and may be challenging for most people. In this article, let’s dive deeper into the exchange migration process and learn how to use the hybrid-configuration migration wizard. What is Office 365 Hybrid Migration? There are many options available that will allow you to move your Exchange environment to Office 365, including hybrid migration or tool-based migration. Office …

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How to Enable External Forwarding in Microsoft 365

How to Enable External Forwarding in Microsoft 365

A few weeks ago, I was experiencing problems with my helpdesk and I didn’t even know it. Apparently, Microsoft enabled this on every tenant. That’s why if you need mail to be forwarded, you have to enable external forwarding first in Microsoft 365. This setting was placed by default since most companies have restrictions over automatically forwarded messages to recipients outside the organization. Email forwarding is helpful. In fact, many of you might have received the following error: “550 5.7.520 Access denied, Your organization does not allow external forwarding. Please contact your administrator for further assistance. AS(7555)” But as you …

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