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Adding Office365 IPs and URls to Fortigate 200b

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I would like to whitelist Office 365 ip's and Url's on our Fortigate 200B firewalls. There are a lot of Ips. Is there a way to upload all the IPs and URLs in one shot instead of entering them one by one?

I would like to add all of these Ip's into my firewall for Office 365 exchange connectivity.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh373144.aspx

Thank you,
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Hello,

Microsoft keep changing the IP addresses on office 365. Best way to restrict on FortiGate is by using application control and URI filter. On app control allow office 365 (Block all other) and on URI filter use *.microsoft.com and other domains which are used by office 365.

Good Luck!
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