Discover Microsoft Exchange Online as an email-hosting platform. You'll learn about all its components, including office 365 Compliance center, managing contacts, and more. This course will also prep you for the 70-347 Enabling Office 365 Services exam.
Microsoft's Exchange Online is one of the most popular hosted email platforms for businesses today. In this course, Enabling Office 365 (70-347) Exchange Online (End User and Planning), you will learn about Exchange online while preparing yourself for the 70-347 Enabling Office 365 Services exam. First, you'll learn about planning and managing Office 365 Compliance Center as well as mailbox migration. Next, you'll learn how to configure additional email addresses, creating and managing external contacts and resource mailboxes, and configuring personal archive policies. Finally, you'll learn how to manage anti-malware and anti-spam policies and in the end you'll walk through a mini-exam. By the end of this course, you'll have a better understanding of Exchange Online and how to use it to your business advantage, and you'll also be better prepared for the 70-347 exam.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Jeff Adkin, and welcome to my course, Enabling Office 365 (70-347) Exchange Online (End User and Planning). Now right now Office 365 is the fastest growing cloud platform with Exchange as its flagship. This course is to prepare for the Exchange online portion of the 70-347 exam, and before beginning this course, you should be familiar with the 70-346 exam and it's fundamentals. Some of the major topics that we will cover include planning for Exchange online, recommending a mailbox migration, configuring end users, and of course anti-malware and anti-spam policies. By the end of the course you will have walked through all of the components required for the exam in the Exchange planning and configuring portions. From here, continue your learning by going through all of the 70-347 exam courses on Pluralsight. Now I hope you'll join me on this journey to prepare for the Microsoft 70-347 exam with the Enabling Office 365 Exchange Online End User and Planning course at Pluralsight.
Recommend a Mailbox Migration Strategy What we're going to go over in this next set of videos is Recommend a Mailbox Migration Strategy. Just like always, the first thing we're going to do is go after our exam requirements. The exam requirements for this are very straightforward. Select the appropriate migration method from remote move, staged, cutover, or IMAP using the web UI and Windows PowerShell. Remember this URL? That's where we go to make sure if there are any changes that occur, and there are changes that constantly occur. So let's talk about what we're going to go over. We're actually going to start right off the bat with hybrid. We're going to talk about how hybrid works, how it functions, and what the requirements are. We're then going to go over staged. We're also going to talk about cutover migration. From there we're going to head after IMAP, and we'll talk more about IMAP, and we'll spend a little bit of time on it especially inside of PowerShell. From there we're going to head into the UI, and we're going to talk about the Exchange Server Deployment wizard. And last, but not least, we're going to do our review. We're going to grab some real-world questions, which make you recommend a migration strategy. Alright, let's stop here and head after hybrid, shall we?
Configure Additional Email Addresses for Users Thanks for joining me for another set. What we're going to do now is we're going go over Configure Additional Email Addresses for Users. Now this should be fairly straightforward, and should be fairly quick. So let's jump right through it, shall we? The first thing we're going to look at is the exam requirements. So the exam requirements are as follows, change default/reply-to address, bulk add/remove for new domain, manage secondary email aliases, and SIP addresses using the web UI, and of course, Windows PowerShell. So fairly straightforward. Now remember, you can always check out this URL to find out exactly what the requirements are when you're going to take your exam. Now let's jump forward. What we're going to go over is the following components. We're going to start right off the bat with change default/reply-to address. This is basically the primary address for any specific user. We're going to go on from there to bulk add/remove for a new domain, and then continue from there to managing secondary email aliases. Now the great part here is, you'll have a lot of information already from the change default/reply-to address going into manage secondary email addresses, so it should flow fairly smoothly. We're going to go from there into SIP addresses, what they are, how they function, and how we can actually change them and manipulate them. Last but not least, we're going to do a quick review. So this should be fairly straightforward. So what we're going to do now is we're going to jump right into change default/reply-to address.
Manage Anti-malware and Anti-spam Policies We've gone through a lot of videos, and we are nearing the end, so bear with it just a little bit longer. What we're going to do right now is focus on Manage Antimalware and Anti-spam Policies. So the first thing we're going to do, of course, just like always, go check out those exam requirements. So our exam requirements for this are stated as, release quarantine, configure spam confidence level, configure lists, and configure notifications using the web UI and Windows PowerShell. And of course, the URL to go check and make sure that there's no additions that have been done since the recording of this video to when you're about to go take your exam. All right, let's go look at what we're going to do. So we're going to go over the following components. We're going to go over release quarantine. We're going to see how quarantine actually works, and how do we remove things from it. There are a couple of caveats to that and we'll talk about that when we get into it. The next thing we're going to talk about is configure spam confidence level. Now we don't have access directly to the spam scoring, but we do have the ability to increase and decrease that confidence level. From there we're going to go on to configure lists. When we talk about configure lists, we're not just making a random list out there, we're actually talking about allow and deny lists. And we'll look at how we actually create those, and how we can propagate those. From there, we're going to go on to configure notifications. We do need to know when something's actually been marked as spam and placed inside the quarantine. And last, but not least, we're going to do a review. Alright, let's head over and start up with release quarantine.