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How to use DNS Pin Point instead Split Horizon – the easy way!

Background on the DNS issue faced There are times when DNS split horizon is required to point an ‘A’ record to an internal address however this normally requires you to duplicate every record in the zone on the internal DNS server.  For example autodiscover.company.com without needing the whole domain of company.com being duplicated on the internal DNS servers. An example …

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Creating Dynamic Distribution Groups

Ive been asked to create a Distribution Group based on Users City Value.  The following Powershell commands create a example Office based group. Once Powershell for On-premises or Office 365 shell has been started.  Enter the following command changing as required: [crayon-5c0f3eafecb0e055965924/] To enable the Mail tip use this additional command: [crayon-5c0f3eafecb19698083275/] The following command will test and display which users will receive the email from …

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Microsoft Office 365 for Professionals and Small Business – without moving to Microsoft domain registrar

I’ve setup many accounts for Office 365 using the Enterprise plans and found the verify/add domain wizard pretty straight forward. You can manage your own DNS records on your on registrar.  However, setting up for Professionals and Small Businesses Plans its a little more basic, with the wizard telling your to move to Microsoft DNS registrar.  Now, that to me moves to …

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