Amazed at how little power modern equipment takes.
65" TV, sound bar with sub, and a Fire Stick.
Ok, I understand, due to direct connection from Outlook with exchange, no port is being hit on Firewall. So only non-genuine emails going to be recognized at firewall.
Correct. Outlook has basically a private VPN back to the Exchange server over port 443 so no visible traffic of email on your network because there is none. That's better, so ANY SMTP traffic, on any port, is suspect.
Is that also means, if our ISP is blocking our email things due to Spam issue, it's not going to effect our O365 users (while they send emails through outlook client) ?
Outlook doesn't use SMTP or send email, it sends instructions to Exchange, which is totally different. No email protocols are involved.
Okay, so any email ports blocked by our ISP is not going to effect our O365 users.
Correct. You are not sending email in and out of your network, you are only looking at the email system remotely. There are no email protocols, no email traffic and no actual email moving across your network with the tools that you are using.
It has nothing to do with Office365 either. Outlook does not use email protocols for any thing on an exchange server. In house or otherwise.
J-pop & anime mix tonight for the drive to Chicago.
Still trying to get my P2V 2003R2 box to boot on it's own
it will finally boot if I use a Hirem's Boot Disk to act as the MBR.
This is an archive and it will always boot this way, so stop already FFS.
Because - learning.
Learning about Windows 2003 today isn't useful. It's just wasted time. Might as well just be surfing the web or watching Netflix. Not info that is applicable to other things nor something that you will ever use again.
Learning about how boot sectors work - and tricks to fix them isn't. though it's possible that anything I do learn won't be usable much longer as we move away from MBR to GPT.
Ah, but how relevant is this knowledge? Do you work in an environment where you will even have a reasonable chance to see this again? The answer is no. So you are doing nothing but wasting your time.
Wasting your time means that you are wasting the company's money. Granted your boss waste more with refusal to do basic things that would reduce IT expenses over time. But this is still your choice to waste not your boss's.
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