Knowledgebase: Mcafee SaaS Email Filtering
How to Create an Outbound Smart Host in Microsoft Office 365
Posted by on 10 June 2014 04:42 PM
The Outbound Filtering feature of McAfee SaaS Email Protection service will work with Microsoft Office 365. Included below are instructions to add a new outbound connector that will route all mail to the smart host. If you already have a connector that you'd like to use, simply edit it using the instructions below as guidelines.
The steps below assume that you have already configured your Outbound Servers page to allow mail from Office 365. If you have not, the setting can be found in the McAfee SaaS Control Console under Email Protection - Setup - Outbound Servers. Click the More Options button, and enable the Microsoft Office 365 checkbox. Click Save and allow 20 minutes for the changes to take effect.
In order to configure a smart host in Microsoft Office 365 follow these steps:
1) Log in to the Office 365 Admin Center
2) Select Service Settings
3) Click Manage additional settings in the Exchange admin center
4) Select Mail Flow
5) Select Connectors
6) Under Outbound Connectors, click the plus sign to add a new connector
7) Enter a name for the connector
8) Ensure Enable outbound connector checkbox is selected
9) Scroll down to Outbound Delivery and select Route mail through smart hosts
10) Click the plus sign to add a new smart host
11) The add smart host dialog appears. Enter the FQDN for your smarthost (usually mydomain.com.outbound10.mxlogic.net)
12) Click Save
13) Scroll down to Domains
14) Click the plus sign to add a new domain
15) The add domain dialog appears. Enter * as the domain. This will cause all outgoing mail to be routed via the smart host.
16) Click Save
17) Click Save to save the new connector. Please allow up to 20 minutes for your changes to take effect.
These steps were confirmed as of 12/31/2013. Please note that the steps may change. Please see the TechNet article linked below for current information from Microsoft on configuring your outbound connectors to use a smarthost.
Scenario: Outbound Smart Hosting - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj723128%28v=exchg.150%29.aspx
Because we do not directly support Microsoft Office 365, the above instructions are provided "as-is". For further information and assistance, please consult your Microsoft Office 365 documentation or the Microsoft support site.