Using Office 365 to Protect Your Email

exchange-2014No doubt everyone reading this is familiar with spoofed email. Where an attacker crafts a message to appear as though it comes from a legitimate sender, in the hopes the recipient will reveal personal information or part with their hard earned cash.

With the rise in so called ‘spear phishing’, being able to effectively block spoofed email is no longer just desireable, it is critical.

Also bear in mind that whilst technologies like Sender ID and DKIM exist, they require both parties of an email to be using them for them to be effective.

You may think any domain you have moved to Office 365 recently is automatically protected by Exchange Online Protection however, like previous versions of Exchange, SenderID checking is disabled by default, as are advanced spam filtering and malware protection. Read more of this post

Office 365 Migration–Notes from a newbie. Or Killer Mistakes I made.

EOnlineI have just completed a migration from On Premises Exchange 2007, to Exchange Online. Despite what i thought was a pretty well prepared migration, i was gotchad at least four times, the last time actually needed Microsoft Escalation Support, when in actual fact  a slight change to documentation and me reading a littler clearer would have solved the four days troubleshooting we did.

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