Adding email encryption for Office 365 tenants by default


Last couple of weeks there have been several posts stating that Microsoft will add a transport rule to every Office 365 tenant to enable Office 365 Message Encryption (OME). For example: https://www.petri.com/microsoft-to-launch-automatic-email-encryption-office-365 Original statement The first article which was published by Microsoft, has been removed and republished a couple of times and seems to be... Continue Reading →

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Support for cross premises Send As permissions in a Hybrid Exchange scenario


Send As permissions for mailboxes in Exchange Online where the user was still within the on-premises Exchange environment has always been a point of discussion. Officially it wasn’t (/isn’t….) supported by Microsoft. There were some known workarounds which did the trick most of the times, like re-applying the permissions, but these were officially not supported.... Continue Reading →

Configure On-Premises Public Folders for a Hybrid Deployment with Exchange 2013


situation Exchange Hybrid environment (Office 365 – Exchange Online) with Exchange 2013 on premise. Public Folders are hosted on-premise and need to be accessed by online users. problem The only official documentation provided by Microsoft how to configure on-premises public folder access (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn249373(v=exchg.150).aspx), talks about "legacy public folders". Which in this case are Public folders... Continue Reading →

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