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  1. Deprecation of TLS 1.0 and how you can help your customers with this change

    I have a request which I imagine will benefit a number of your customers.

    As you know, O365 no longer supports sending email to legacy Exchange (2003 and older) systems on Windows Server 2003 running TLS 1.0. ( See these articles: )

    Unfortunately, we have a client that is running such an environment and we are unable to send them email. If you wish to see details, the SR is SRX615081193192636ID.

    We have encountered around a dozen other clients who’s email systems do not support TLS at all. For these cases, I have configured a rule which…

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