Office365 and Automating Autodiscovery

Posted on 2013-02-05
Last Modified: 2013-02-05

I am doing an E-mail migration from Google to hosted Exchange. My specific quesiton is when I am ready to open the physical Outlook for the first time is their a way to automate this process? For example, from remote PowerShell or via GPO. I did see a article on how to do this for Exhange with Office 2007. However, I was not positive how this would work with O365 and Office 2010. Thanks.
Question by:dakotech1
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If you control the public DNS records of you're domain you'll need to make sure the records point to the Microsoft hosted exchange servers they provide you.

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This is already completed. The mail works in the OWA as well as autodiscover. I just do not want to go to every PC and setup the user account. I would like to automate this task via the server or PowerShell. Thanks.

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Metaltree earned 500 total points
ID: 38857103
Ah I see, sorry I misread your question.

See the section: Managing Microsoft Office Configuration Using Group Policy

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