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You have a Microsoft Exchange Online tenant that contains the following email domains:
When external recipients receive email messages from the users in the tenant, all the messages are delivered by using the contoso.com email domain. You need to ensure that the users send email by using the @fabrikam.com email domain.
Solution: From the Exchange Management Shell, you run the Set-Mailbox cmdlet.
Does this meet the goal?
You have a Microsoft Exchange Online tenant.
You need to display a list of Exchange PowerShell management role entries that relate to the Reset Password role.
Which cmdlet should you run?
You have a Microsoft Exchange Online tenant that contains a group named Group1.
You need to create a mail flow rule to enforce TLS for all email messages sent from Group1 to a partner company that has an email domain named contoso.com.
What should you do first?
You have a Microsoft Exchange Online tenant that contains the recipients shown in the following table.
You need to implement mailbox delegation for each recipient.
Which recipients support Full Access permission delegation?
You have a Microsoft Exchange Online tenant that contains a user named Used.
User1 leaves your company.
You need to convert the mailbox of User1 into an inactive mailbox before deleting the user account
Which type of policy should you assign to the mailbox?