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Adding Domains to Office 365 using PowerShell
When you face large Office 365 implementations you might need to add many domains, going through the wizard will take up much time. Recently I had to work through an extensive list of domains as well, so I created a quick few lines of PowerShell that helped me solve this in seconds instead of hours.Using PowerShell and an input file I added the domains and additional to that got a list of all DNS txt records that were needed to be created. Here is the PowerShell script: here is the PowerShell script ......

Posted On Thursday, May 8, 2014 11:51 PM

Authenticated SMTP relaying in Exchange 2013
Recently I designed and implemented a large Office 365 environment, part of it was a Hybrid Exchange 2013 server that should also serve as a central SMTP relay server to 365 and the rest of the world.Since we didn't want to control a huge list of authorized IP addresses and of course adding complete IP subnets is a bad idea, we chose to use SMTP authentication as our main solution for supporting Mail relaying. Every office location was assigned a separate account only for this purpose and the credentials ......

Posted On Saturday, May 3, 2014 12:56 AM

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