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…

Implementing Force TLS by using Transport rule & Conditional Mail Routing | Exchange online | Part 11#12 5/5 (1)

In the current article, we will review the option implementing the option of Force TLS using Exchange Transport rule & Conditional Mail Routing. The option of Conditional Mail Routing implemented by combining two different Exchange Online components: Exchange Online transport Exchange Online mail connector Versus the former implementation of Force TLS by using “simple Exchange…

Configure Force TLS on Exchange on-Premises environment | Settings of Receive connector | Part 9#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 “incoming mail flow”. The meaning is – mail that sent from external mail server to the Exchange on-Premises server that represents…

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 (5)

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…