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Connect to Office 360 using outlook 2013 without pop and IMAP

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we are having exchange 2013 and planning to move to office 360 and cancel our local exchange 2013. So it it possible for users to connect to office 360 exchange server using outlook 2013. How we can connect to office 360 using outlook. We do not want to use pop and imap.
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Yes - Outlook 2013 will work happily with office 365 once you have configured the domain properly and Autodiscover has been configured for Office 365 on your domain and that has replicated.

All you will need to do is add a new profile, enter the Full Name, email address and password (twice) and as long as DNS has replicated, that should be it.

You will have to disable Autodiscover on your local Exchange 2013 server to prevent it from finding the local Exchange Account in preference to the Office 365 account.

Alan
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