Both Exchange Server Edge role and Exchange Online Protection have an attachment filtering policy. The default in Edge Server is quite long, and the default in EOP is quite short. There is also a few values that are common to both. So, how do you merge the lists so that your Edge Server attachment filtering… Continue reading Exchange Edge Server and Common Attachment Blocking In Exchange Online Protection
I have found this is a common issue. You set up an Exchange Online Hybrid or Exchange Online Protection (EOP) stand alone service and follow all the instructions for the creating of the connectors needed, only to find that your emails queue in your Exchange Server. If you turn on protocol logging you get this… Continue reading Cannot Send Emails To Office 365 or Exchange Online Protection Using TLS
When a message arrives in Exchange Online Protection (EOP) with an existing X-Forefront-Antispam-Report header, it is renamed to X-Forefront-Antispam-Report-Untrusted. If the message is then detected as spam and stored in the optional quarantine, upon release it will go back into EOP. Upon entering EOP the previously set X-Forefront-Antispam-Report header is renamed to X-Forefront-Antispam-Report-Untrusted.
If you use Exchange Online Protection (EOP) to filter your email in the cloud and to remove spam and malware before onward delivery to you, and if you use Exchange 2007 or later on-premises, then you need to configure Exchange to move detected spam to the Junk Email folder in Outlook. By default EOP detects… Continue reading Moving Exchange Online Protection Junk Mail to the Junk Email Folder
Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE) is a cloud hosted email anti-spam and antivirus filtering system. Amongst the options to filter away your spam, one of the options to to allow the email to be flagged and sent on into your on-premises email system, and then managing it there. If you have Exchange 2007 or… Continue reading Forefront Online Protection for Exchange Spam Filtering to Outlook’s Junk E-Mail Folder