There are a number of client protocols offered by Exchange Online to allow email clients to send email from their mailboxes. One of the most widespread protocols is SMTP Authenticated Submission (also known as SMTP Client Submission) which is supported by most email service providers. This non-proprietary protocol is used to send email by legacy email clients, third-party software and services, and devices such as multi-function printers. Changes that we’re making to how this protocol works in Exchange Online may adversely affect the rate at which these clients or devices can send email. Starting June 1, the following changes will begin rolling out for SMTP Authenticated Submission protocol:
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