In the first part of this series we looked at our example organization, then after checking a few pre-requisites within the Office 365 tenant and on-premises, exported account information from the cloud. In this part of the series we’ll import that information in the local Active Directory and then install Azure Active Directory Sync.
Finishing the reverse DNS configuration and wrapping up with a Q&A section about SPF and reverse DNS in Exchange Server.
Symantec Mail Security for Exchange was selected the winner in the Exchange Anti-Spam Category of the MSExchange.org Readers' Choice Awards. Kaspersky Security for Mail Servers and GFI MailEssentials were runner-up and second runner-up respectively.
In this article we will take a behind the scenes look at what happens with a mailbox user when his mailbox is moved to Exchange Online. Furthermore, we will look at how you can bulk assign licenses to the users.
Whether you are running Exchange on-premises, in the cloud, or somewhere in between, we know that security is a top priority. Microsoft is committed to giving you the information needed to make informed decisions on how to properly secure your environment.