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Restore Exchange Online Room mailbox | Cloud only (Fully Hosted) environment | Part 6#23 3/5 (2)

In the following article, we will review the restore process of the Exchange Online Room mailbox. We will demonstrate two options for restoring a deleted Exchange Online Room mailbox: Restore the Office 365 user account, that was the owner of the deleted Room mailbox. The restore process will be implemented by using the Active Directory…

The Index of the different Exchange Online mailbox restores methods| Part 5#23 5/5 (2)

The current article serves as an index, for the different Exchange Online mailbox restore scenarios, which appear along the current article series that include 23 articles. The purpose of this “index” is, to help you to quickly and efficiently locate the specific Exchange Online mailbox restore scenario that you need to deal with, and to…

What are the possible options for recovering Exchange Online mailbox? | Part 4#23 4/5 (4)

In the current article, we will review in high level the different options, for recovering Exchange Online mailbox.Before we dive into the deep water off – “Exchange Online restores mailbox scenario” and specific details of the restore process that will be reviewed in the next articles in the current article series. It’s important that we…

What are the possible causes for an Exchange Online mailbox deletion? | Part 3#23 5/5 (1)

In the current article, we review the possible causes that lead to a scenario, in which Exchange Online mailbox is deleted.The logical assumption is that “mailbox deletion event” not just happens, but instead, the person that acts as the Exchange Online administrator, performs the mailbox deletion consciously. In reality, there are many scenarios, in which…

Directory Object Deletion and the restore “domino effect + little bit about the concept of the Active Directory Recycle bin | Part 2#23 5/5 (3)

In the current article, we continue to review different concepts and components that relate and involved throughout the process of restoring Exchange Online mailbox. We will start by describing a concept which I define as “Falling domino effect,” that relates to the chain of an event in an Office 365 based environment when a “deletion…

Restore deleted Exchange Online mailbox in Office 365 environment | Prefix | Part 01#23 4.2/5 (5)

The current article series deal with the subject of – restoring or recovering a deleted mailbox in Office 365 (Exchange Online) environment. The interesting thing about “Restore deleted mailbox” in an Office 365 based environment is, that most of the time, most of us (including me), not fully understand what is happening behind the scenes…

Configure Exchange Online inbound mail flow to accept SMTP connection only from a specific mail security gateway IP address 5/5 (5)

In the current article, we will review how to change the default Exchange Online incoming mail policy, which enables any host, to address Exchange Online using SMTP. A different way of describing such a scenario is – Block SMTP access of external mail servers to Exchange Online. In our scenario, we want to implement an…

Configure your WordPress site to send E-mail via GoDaddy mail server – Shared Hosting plan | Part 6#6 5/5 (4)

In the current article, we review how to configure a WordPress site that is hosted at GoDaddy, and use a Shared Hosting plan, use the GoDaddy SMTP mail server. In our scenario, we use the help of Postman SMTP Mailer/Email Log mail plugin. Before we start, it’s important to me to emphasize that the information…

Configure WordPress site send E-mail via Exchange Online (Office 365) | Provide user credentials without purchase Office 365 license | Part 5#6 5/5 (1)

In the current article, we continue to review the scenario in which we want to configure our WordPress site to address Exchange Online server, and implement the best-practice scenario, in which we implement an authenticated mail session (providing Office 365 user credentials). The main reason in which users often avoid the best practice of providing…

Configure your WordPress site to send E-mail via Exchange Online (Office 365) provide user credentials | Part 4#6 5/5 (2)

In the current article, we review how to configure a WordPress site, to address Office 365 mail by using the recommended configuration. In a scenario in which our WordPress website serves as a “mail client” that addresses mail server and asks him to be “his mail server,” the best practice is to configure the mail…

Creating Exchange Online bypass spam rule – whitelist specific sender E-mail address | Part 3#6 5/5 (2)

In the following article, we will provide “step by step” instructions for creating Exchange Online bypass spam rule, that will prevent the “spam check” that the Exchange Online mail server performs for a specific E-mail address. The current article is the continuation of the former article. A quick reminder, in the previous article, we learn…

Configure your WordPress site to send E-mail via Exchange Online (Office 365) anonymous session | Part 2#6 5/5 (2)

In the current article, we review a scenario in which we need to configure our WordPress site to use Exchange Online as “mail server”.The main character of this scenario is – that we want to configure our WordPress site to address Office 365 mail services without providing any user credentials (anonymously). The reason for this…