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How to Configure Office 365 to Scan Only Selected Domains Outbound

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If you make setting changes, allow a few minutes for the changes to take effect.

Use the steps in this article if you have multiple domains within your Office 365 tenant and you want to scan only certain domains outbound.

Step 1. Create the Connector

  1. Log into the Office 365 admin center, and go to Admin centers > Exchange.
  2. In the left pane, click mail flow, and click connectors.
  3. Click the + symbol and use the wizard to create a new connector.
  4. From the From drop-down menu, select Office 365, and from the To drop-down menu, select Partner organization.
  5. Enter a Name and (optional) Description to identify the connector:
    MyCoOutboundConnector01.png

  6. Click Next. Select Only when I have a transport rule set up that redirects messages to this connector:
    OutboundConnector02.png

  7. Click Next. Select Route email through these smart host, and click on your outbound hostname:
    OutboundConnector03.png

  8. Click Next. Use the default setting, Always use Transport Layer Security (TLS) to secure the connection (recommended) > Issues by Trusted certificate authority (CA):
    OutboundConnector04.png

  9. Click Next. In the confirmation page, verify your settings and click Next. Office 365 runs a test to verify your settings:
    MyCoOutboundConnector05.png

  10. When the verification page displays, enter a test email address, and click Validate. Once the verification is complete, your mail flow settings are added.

Step 2. Create Transport Rule

  1. Log into the Office 365 admin center, and go to Admin centers > Exchange.
  2. In the left pane, click mail flow, and click rules.
  3. Click the + symbol, and click Create new rule.
  4. In the new rule page, enter a Name to represent the rule.
  5. Click more options towards the bottom of the page.
  6. From the Apply this rule drop-down menu, select The sender is located > is external/internal > Inside the organization.
  7. Click Add Condition.
  8. From the drop-down menu, select The sender's domain is....
  9. Enter the domains you want to route through the Barracuda Email Security Service.
  10. From the Do the following drop-down menu, select Redirect the message to… > the following connector, and select the connector you defined in Step 1. Create the Connector.
  11. Click Add Exception.
  12. From the drop-down menu, select The Recipient is located > is external/internal > Inside the organization.
  13. Towards the bottom, from the Match sender address in message drop-down menu, select Header or envelope.
  14. Click Save.

    transportRule.png

 

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