The first step of this article is available from Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Installation and Setup – Part 1.
EXCHANGE SERVER 2016 ACCEPTED DOMAIN SETTING
In this section, which means accepted domain, we will define the domain address we will use. After clicking on the mail flow option, we click on the accepted domains option and then click on the + sign to define it.
Then after you enter the information call Save.
Then double-click the resulting domain.
You can make it the
EXCHANGE SERVER 2016 SEND CONNECTOR IDENTIFICATION
One of the first settings we need to do before we can send mail is sent connector.
Once connected to the Admin Center, click mail flow, then send connectors, and then click +.
Then select the sender name from the drop-down menu and activate the internet selection to send e-mail and continue with Next.
I will leave the current production mx record as it will send mail by querying it and continue with Next. In this case, the production should have access to the net for querying. The other option is to send mail via the smart host.
Then we come to the screen where we will determine the domains to send mail. Here we will use the “* için sign to send mail to all domains. First, click the + sign and add * to the SMTP FQDN section, say Save, then continue with Next.
Then the server will send the mail selection will perform the screen will come, press the + sign, select the server and then say add, say Ok and finish the process with Finish.
EXCHANGE SERVER 2016 RECEIVE CONNECTOR IDENTIFICATION
This setting must be set in order to receive external mail. First, after the mail flow arrives, we come to the receive connectors option and then double-click the Default Fronted EXCHANGE2016 option.
In the Security section,
EXCHANGE SERVER 2016 E-MAİL ADRESS POLİCİES
We have already created an accepted domain, where we need to create policies for it, or it will work through the default policy, and newly created mailboxes are created with the extension .local, which will cause problems. From the mail flow option, we go to the email address policies section and click the + sign.
By following the following operations from the menu,
Then click Apply.
Say Yes to the warning
Let’s close the process by saying Close.
And as the last check, from recipients to mailboxes, if all the settings have been successfully applied; Administrator@fatlan.local will change to Administrator@fatlan.com.
Of course, you need to enter the required records pointing to the Exchange Server on the Internal and External DNS side as final operations.
And you need to set up rules on the firewall side so that users and emails can be accessed from outside. As follows…
I hope it has been a useful article.