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This article discusses Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Office 365 Preview. The info about Office 365 Preview in this article, including any links, is provided as is and is subject to change without notice.
This article describes how to enable on-premises line-of-business (LOB) applications and devices to send mail to Microsoft Office 365 mailboxes. You may want to do this in situations in which you migrated all your mailboxes to Office 365 but where you don't have an on-premises mail server such as Microsoft Exchange Server. For example, you may want to send mail from on-premises printers or scanners to Office 365 users.
Note This article describes how to enable on-premises LOB applications and devices to send mail to Office 365 mailboxes only in a domain for which you are authoritative. This article doesn't discuss how to enable applications to use Office 365 transport servers to relay to other domains that you own. The mail relay scenario is beyond the scope of this article. For more information about how to set up a mail relay in Office 365, see the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article:
2600912 How to set up an SMTP relay in Office 365
To enable on-premises LOB applications and devices to send mail to Office 365 mailboxes, you must install and configure Internet Information Services (IIS). To do this, follow these steps:
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