One migration I did, the customer was using ISA server 2006, the customer did not like ISA and wanted to get rid of it, despite my opposite opinion of ISA as a good and perfect firewall/proxy solution, I helped the customer or at least tried to move him into a MikroTik router that was installed in his site… the amount of rules and configurations done on ISA made that quick transition so slow and time consuming…
So to save both our migration and time, I decided to keep ISA for him now and just allow access to all Google domains for now so the migration can go well…
All I had to do was creating a domain set and add in it:
I allowed HTTP, HTTPS traffic coming from internal network to these domains, and every user even the users who did not have internet access before, were able to access and send/receive emails perfectly.
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