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

Post Views: 5,248 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…

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

Post Views: 11,594 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…

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Creating Exchange Online bypass spam rule – whitelist specific sender E-mail address | Part 3#6

Post Views: 7,167 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…

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

Post Views: 17,140 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…

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