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Configure Force TLS on Exchange on-Premises environment |Settings of Send connector | Part 8#12 5/5 (2)

In the current article, we will review the required configuration settings for implementing Force TLS in Exchange on-Premises based environment. In our specific scenario, we need to configure the Force TLS option for the “outgoing mail flow“. The meaning is – mail that is sent by the Exchange on-Premises server to a specific external domain…

Configure Force TLS in Exchange Online environment | Settings of inbound connector | Part 7#12 5/5 (2)

In the current article, we will review the required configuration settings for implementing Force TLS in Exchange Online based environment. In our specific scenario, we need to configure the Force TLS option for the “incoming mail flow”. The meaning is – mail that sent from external mail server to the Exchange Online server that represent…

Configure Force TLS in Exchange Online environment | Settings of outbound connector | Part 6#12 5/5 (2)

In the current article, we will review the required configuration settings for implementing Force TLS in Exchange Online based environment. In our specific scenario, we need to configure the Force TLS option for the “outgoing mail flow”. The meaning is – mail that is sent by the Exchange Online server to a specific external domain…

Force TLS | Exchange Online environment versus Exchange on-Premises environment | Part 5#12 5/5 (1)

In the current article, is consists of two parts: The part in which we provide a high-level review of the differences that exists between the Exchange on-Premises based environment versus the Exchange Online based environment regarding mail connectors and TLS settings. The reason for examining these differences is, that there are much essential deferences’s begging…

Configuring the option of Force TLS in Exchange on-Premises environment |Part 4#12 5/5 (1)

In the current article, we will review the subject of Force TLS in Exchange on-Premises based environment. In Exchange on-Premises based environment, we can choose to implement the option of Force TLS using two options. 1. Domain Security This option defines a set of mail connectors and configuration settings that serve for creating a secure…

Exchange architecture and default opportunistic TLS settings |Part 3#12 5/5 (2)

In the following article, we will review in more details that implementation of opportunistic TLS on Exchange on-Premises based environment and also in the Exchange Online-based environment. As mentioned, in the Exchange-based environment, the Exchange mail connectors are automatically configured to use the option of opportunistic TLS. The configuration of opportunistic TLS is automatically configured…

Opportunistic TLS versus Force TLS in Exchange based environment |Part 2#12 5/5 (4)

In the current article, we will review the two “flavor” of TLS in the Exchange-based environment.The two options for implementing TLS are opportunistic TLS and Force TLS. Exchange-based server (Exchange on-Premises and Exchange Online) are configured by default to use the option of opportunistic TLS. The meaning is that given that the “other side” also…

Using TLS in Exchange based environment |Introduction |Part 1#12 5/5 (4)

The purpose of the current article series is, to review the implementation and the use of the TLS protocol in an Exchange-based environment.We will examine the utilization of the TLS protocol in two Exchange environments: Exchange Online Exchange on-Premises The article series The article series that is dedicated to the subject of implementing TLS in…

Disable clutter for all users using PowerShell 5/5 (1)

The Clutter option is a new Exchange Online feature, which was created for helping Office 365 customers (Exchange Online recipient) to effectively manage their mailbox content by “relocate” non-important or non-Crucial E-mail message to a specific folder named Clutter. The Exchange Online Clutter feature is automatically activated for all Exchange Online recipients and the issue…

Connect to Exchange Online using PowerShell 5/5 (3)

To be able to create a remote PowerShell session to Exchange Online, we can use the “Windows built PowerShell console”. We will need to use some “first-time” configurations, and then, the rest of the process includes running the required PowerShell command for connecting to Exchange Online. PowerShell console – First-time configuration To be able to…

Manage Clutter by using PowerShell | Office 365 5/5 (2)

Clutter is a new Exchange server feature that created for facilitating better and more efficient mailbox management by Exchange users. The Clutter feature is implemented by analyzing the Exchange mailbox data and based on a “learning process” and other algorithmic decide which of the mail items is “less important.” The Clutter mechanism will relocate this…