Deploying a hybrid atmosphere is one of the most complex tasks a system administrator faces during migration to Office 365. It might take weeks of gathering data concerning the infrastructure, studying courses, making plans migration stages and checking out. What is more, inspite of all this effort, there’s no guarantee that everything will turn out just fine. This article gives a step by step guide to getting during the Exchange/Office 365 Hybrid Configuration Wizard HCW.
After that, I give an insight into what actions the HCW performs in the history. Finally, the last section is a guide on how to examine logs and solve complications connected with deploying a hybrid atmosphere. Now the HCW asks you how the relationship between Exchange online and Exchange on premises may be established. The first choice depends upon even if you have got Microsoft Edge Server or not. The next option – “Enable centralized mail delivery” makes it possible for your on premises Exchange server to characteristic as a smart host.
Thanks to that, all outbound emails sent from Office 365 need to go through the on premises server. It gives the opportunity of valuable control of mail flow rules and signatures throughout the company. All from one place and applied to every mail, regardless of the source of the e-mail. Hi Dragan, According to the Exchange Server Deployment Assistant, SBS Server is not among the list of the supported Directory Servers for hybrid migration. The documentation about SBS migration to Office 365 is awfully scarce, but the general public appear to recommend a cutover migration or using third party tools for a pain free transition.
I have never configured a hybrid environment with an SBS11 server, but I don’t think it is unattainable. Try browsing up the Office 365 Integration Module – it should care for the mixing. That said, I still think that SBS11 Office 365 hybrid feels like an overkill and a hard case to support if you run into any complications on the run.