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CanIt works with Office 365 as it does with any smtp mail service; MX records
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CanIt works with Office 365 as it does with any smtp mail service; MX records for the domain are pointed to CanIt, and filtered mail is directed to the Office 365 server by setting the configuration using the Setup->Domain Routing in Canit.
for the domain are pointed to CanIt, and filtered mail is directed to
 
the Office 365 server by setting the configuration using the  
 
Setup->Domain Routing in Canit.
 
  
One issue with Office365 is that Microsoft doesn't provide access to an
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One issue with Office365 is that Microsoft doesn't provide access to an Active Director system nor do they do recipient verification. So you must set up a Rules->Valid Recipients list in Canit to allow recipient verification.  
Active Director system nor do they do recipient verification. So you
 
must set up a Rules->Valid Recipients list in Canit to allow recipient
 
verification.  
 
  
I believe provides a public POP3 and IMAP service which
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Office 365 does provides a public POP3 and IMAP service. Whether this can be used for authentication of users for access to the Canit webui, would have to check against Microsoft documentation.
could be used for authentication of users for access to the Canit webui,
 
however you would have to check this agains Microsoft documentation.
 
  
 
Other that this there is nothing special.
 
Other that this there is nothing special.
 
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Revision as of 11:02, 19 March 2014

CanIt works with Office 365 as it does with any smtp mail service; MX records for the domain are pointed to CanIt, and filtered mail is directed to the Office 365 server by setting the configuration using the Setup->Domain Routing in Canit.

One issue with Office365 is that Microsoft doesn't provide access to an Active Director system nor do they do recipient verification. So you must set up a Rules->Valid Recipients list in Canit to allow recipient verification.

Office 365 does provides a public POP3 and IMAP service. Whether this can be used for authentication of users for access to the Canit webui, would have to check against Microsoft documentation.

Other that this there is nothing special.