Yes, Hell has frozen over. The cows have come home. The lady of size has sung.
I have come up with a “best case” solution for the Office 365 hybrid group write-back problem.
Today, while I was testing out some transport rules, I wanted to send a bunch of test messages to make sure they were firing correctly. I wanted to create some custom messages and be able to automate them, and I wanted to use an outside relay service that requires SMTP authentication.… [ Continue reading ]
I have created a more detailed example of how to do this here: https://www.undocumented-features.com/2018/09/14/fixing-office-365-anonymous-group-write-back-and-external-delivery/
Office 365 Groups are glorious creations. There are, however, some instances where they don’t work as you anticipate (or hope).… [ Continue reading ]
UPDATE: [11/20/2018] I had an error in the transport rule configuration in the last example, as well as a note that a TR would NDR external traffic. I have this post accordingly.
We’re all familiar with how Office 365 tenants work–when you spin up a new Office 365 tenant, you get a managed domain (tenant.onmicrosoft.com). … [ Continue reading ]