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How to Configure Exchange Online Protection on Exchange On-Premise server

**How to Set EOP on Exchange On-Premise server**

Login to Office365 portal(![](
Click on Admin centers and Exchange online:![](
Click on “mail flow” button then go to connectors then click on + button:![](
In From select “Office365” and in to “Your Organization’s email server”:![](
Put the N*ame** for the connector:![](
Now Select the M*iddle** option:![](
In this page click on "*+"** button:![](
Put the FQDN:![](
At this page select “Any digital certificate…….”:![](
Click N*ext:![](**
Click on "*+"** button in this page:![](
Put any email address for test:![](
Now click on Validate button:![](
Now click on S*ave** button:![](
Now again navigate to Office365 admin portal and click on S*etup---->Domain:![](**
Click on the D*efault** domain:![](
Obtain the MX Record and put this in Domain Hosting Website(for example![](
Now again go to Exchange Online and in Connectors add new in from field select*” Your Organization’s email server”** and in to “Office365”:![](
Put the N*ame** for the connector:![](
Put the Domain name here:![](
Click on Save:![](
Now navigate to your On-Premise Exchange server and go to Exchange Management shell:![](
Run the following Commands:
New-SendConnector -Name "*My company to Office 365**" -AddressSpaces * -CloudServicesMailEnabled $true -Fqdn -RequireTLS $true -DNSRoutingEnabled $false -SmartHosts -TlsAuthLevel  CertificateValidation

       #Put your details in Name"xyz" , FQDN"abc" and replace contoso with you domain

New-TransportRule "JunkContentFilteredMail" -HeaderContainsMessageHeader "X-Forefront-Antispam-Report" -HeaderContainsWords "SFV:SPM" -SetSCL 6

Updated on: 31/01/2023

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