Windows 10: Cpanel + Exchange (Office365)

Discus and support Cpanel + Exchange (Office365) in Microsoft Office and 365 to solve the problem; Hello all, I dont know if this is the right spot to put this, but i hope someone can help me. I have a hosted domain with some e-mail accounts with a... Discussion in 'Microsoft Office and 365' started by jc493900, Jun 30, 2020 at 3:02 PM.

  1. jc493900 Win User

    Cpanel + Exchange (Office365)

    Hello all,

    I dont know if this is the right spot to put this, but i hope someone can help me.

    I have a hosted domain with some e-mail accounts with a cpanel configuration, and i want to do a hybrid scenario between exchange (office 365) to use Microsoft Teams, aswel as other useful thigs Microsoft have, but mainly Microsoft Teams. What i need to know is how can i configure it doing a hybrid scenario, but with all e-mails coming and outgoing from the Local Server (cPanel).

    Anyone know how to do this? I tried to find some solutions in google, but without success.

    Thanks in advance, and sorry once more if this is not the best place to post this.


  2. Office365 account is not working on Windows Live mail APP (Windows 7)

    Hello Team,

    We are trying to configure office365 on the Windows Live Mail app, which is not getting configured.

    whereas, when we tried the same account with other Third Party app it is working fine.

    Could you please suggest why it is happening? why it is not getting configured?

    Any solution to this !!.

    Addition Information:

    • We have tried both exchange and IMAP settings.
    • OS Windows 7 Pro SP1
  3. Adding an exchange account on office365 that blocks access outside corporate network

    In outlook I'm able to add the account as an exchange account.

    However in the mail app, exchange and office365 is classified as a single type, and it will autodetect the type to use based on the domain.

    Here's where the problem appears. Access to office365 is only allowed with the corporate network, but because that exists, it is redirected to office365 even when trying to add the account outside the corporate network, and I get the error message saying
    that I need to be within the corporate network to add it. There is no way that I know of to enforce exchange.

    So the question is this, how do I force the mail app to use exchange?
    laurenceputra, Jun 30, 2020 at 3:18 PM
  4. W1zzard Win User

    Cpanel + Exchange (Office365)

    Thoughts on Cpanel

    thats the main reason why i'm not using any sort of cpanel at tpu. i dont trust those things and text config files give me more flexibility

    have you considered going without cpanel and documenting all the important stuff?

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