A shared SMTP domain between two hybrid Exchange environments, where no mailboxes are in the Office 365 tenant part.
The shared SMTP domain is @bigCompany.com
Company A mail-enabled objects (users and groups) has an addional smtp address @companyA.com
Company B mail-enabled objects (users and groups) has an addional smtp address @companyB.com Continue reading
1. Hybrid Exchange We recommend to sync to the on-premise Active Directory of an hybrid Exchange environment. You can configure the Microsoft tool „Azure Active Directory Connect (AADC)“ formerly: „Directory Synchronization (Dirsync)“, so it will synchronize the imported mail-contacts to... Read more »
It is possible that you would like to change properties during an import with GALsync. You do this by going to the property settings and choosing a property you want to change and then to choose how you want to... Read more »
You can change the display name during the import to your standard last name, first Name.
To modify the display Name Syntax you use the option “Build Properties” You can create values by concatenating other property values. Choose the property and select the option BUILD PROPERTIES.
In the textbox BUILD PROPERTIES, add a string, how the property value should be built.
Via the ADD PROPERTY button, you can choose which properties are used. For Example, you want to generate the property, DISPLAYNAME from the last name, and first name comma separated. Choose the property SN and the property GIVENNAME and insert a comma and space between them in the textbox BUILD PROPERTIES.
Please make sure that this rule is only valid for source objects, which are users and contacts, because groups have normally no givenname and surname (sn).
We implemented our new Feature ContactSync. You are now able to sync the Global Address list to an User’s Outlook contact list. Try it now! http://www.netsec.de/en/products/galsync/overview.html... Read more »
November 17, 2015 – Leading Microsoft Exchange Server resource site, MSExchange.org, announced today that NETsec GALsync was selected the 2nd runner up in the Migration category of the MSExchange.org Readers’ Choice Awards. “Our Reader’s Choice Awards give visitors to our site... Read more »
November 20, 2014 – Leading Microsoft Exchange Server resource site, MSExchange.org, announced today that NETsec GALsync was selected the 1st runner up in the Migration category of the MSExchange.org Readers’ Choice Awards. “Our Reader’s Choice Awards give visitors to our site... Read more »
The following links contain additional information about how to configure federated sharing between organizations: http://johanveldhuis.nl/en/exchange-federation-deel-i/ http://johanveldhuis.nl/en/exchange-federation-deel-ii/ For any kind issues with federated sharing the following links could be of help: http://johanveldhuis.nl/en/troubleshooting-federared-sharing/ http://johanveldhuis.nl/en/troubleshooting-federated-sharing-deel-ii/ http://johanveldhuis.nl/en/troubleshooting-federated-sharing-deel-iii/ ... Read more »
This whitepaper helps you to configure and to troubleshoot getting Free/Busy information from your partners’ organization(s) and to work with delegated calendars in a cross-forest environment – without using the Microsoft Federation Gateway. It can be used additionally to the... Read more »