And delivery of internet messages and messages from

This preview shows page 223 - 225 out of 486 pages.

and delivery of Internet messages, and messages from applications and partners. You also need toconfigure anti-malware and anti-spam settings to meet your organization’s needs. To manage Outlook onthe web and mobile devices, you can create policies that you can apply to individual users. Finally, yourorganization likely is using an email solution, so you must plan how to migrate from that existing solutionto Exchange Online.ObjectivesAfter completing this module, you will be able to:Plan and configure email flow in Office 365.Plan and configure anti-malware and anti-spam settings in Office 365.Plan and configure policies for Exchange clients.Plan and configure a migration to Exchange Online.
MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED7-2Planning and configuring Exchange Online servicesLesson 1Planning and configuring email flow in Office 365When you create your Office 365 tenant or subscriber (typically an organization) that utilizes your cloudservices, it can send and receive Internet messages automatically. However, to configure the reception ofInternet messages, you need to add the email domains that you own to Office 365 and configure thenecessary Domain Name System (DNS) records to support it. Adding your email domains configures thereception of Internet messages.You can modify the default mail flow by using connectors, transport rules, and journal rules. Connectorsdefine settings for sending and receiving messages. Typically, you need to create additional connectorsonly to support specialized communication that requires enhanced security, such as Transport LayerSecurity (TLS). You can use transport rules to modify messages based on matching conditions, such asadding a disclaimer to all outbound messages. Journal rules send a copy of selected messages to a journalmailbox for archiving. You typically would use journaling to meet compliance requirements.If there are problems with message delivery, you can use message traces to identify the issue. Messagetraces allow you to search logs, find specific messages, and display information about the message’sdelivery, including if there were errors during delivery.Lesson ObjectivesAfter completing this lesson, you will be able to:Describe email flow with Office 365.Describe accepted and remote domains.Plan and configure connectors.Plan and configure transport rules.Plan and configure journal rules.Plan message flow for Office 365.Track message flow by using message trace.Overview of email flow in Office 365Email flow on the Internet is based on DNSrecords. When you add a domain to Office 365, alist of the DNS records that you must add to yourdomain appears. You must add these DNS recordsto support all the Office 365 services, and itcontains all the records for sending and receivingemail.Receiving emailEmail servers on the Internet use mail exchanger(MX) records to identify the server to which emailshould be delivered. Each domain name thatreceives email needs to have at least one MXrecord. You can provide redundancy by using multiple MX records to identify multiple email servers thatcan receive a specific domain’s messages.

Upload your study docs or become a

Course Hero member to access this document

Upload your study docs or become a

Course Hero member to access this document

End of preview. Want to read all 486 pages?

Upload your study docs or become a

Course Hero member to access this document

Term
Summer
Professor
N/A
Tags
Microsoft Corporation

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture