Best way you do domain slitting / shared domain between SM and office365
Question asked by keith dovale - 9/15/2015 at 3:33 AM
Can someone give me the best way of doing a split domain between a SM server and a few users on office365 on same domain.

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Bruce Barnes Replied
This was added in SmarterMail 14.2 Enterprise.
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Stojan Cergol Replied
Any info, how to do  ?
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As a system administrator, edit the local domain in question.  Under the Options tab, you will see a drop down setting for Domain Location.  Select either External (use MX record) or External (use host address).  If you select the latter, you will need to provide either the FQDN or IP address of the the Office365 host address.  There is also an additional option: "Deliver locally if user exists".  As the option implies, if you have a local user account, messages will be delivered to the local server otherwise those messages will be passed to the external host (either by MX record lookup or directly to the host address).
I hope this helps!
Debby Coutinho Replied
we are using SM12 the latest version.
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As Bruce Barnes mentioned above, the ability to mark a domain as external was a feature introduced in SM 14.2 Enterprise. You would need to upgrade to make use of this capability.

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