Does PoliteMail work with Office 365 Hosted Exchange?

Yes, PoliteMail works with Office 365 Hosted Exchange

PoliteMail Server will require an Exchange Service Account, with adequate permission levels to request members of the distribution groups you intend to send to.

Please note, PoliteMail for Outlook requires the desktop version of Outlook, and will not work with Outlook online.

Configuring PoliteMail Server for Office 365, and Office 365 Hybrid, and Office 365 Dedicated solutions may require specific configuration settings, depending upon your specific implementation details.
These configurations are handled on a case by case basis by your assigned PoliteMail Server Administrator.

Office 365 Dedicated solutions require that the PoliteMail Server system be configured to communicate with Exchange, in other words, your Exchange Service must be visible to the PoliteMail Server over your network. PoliteMail Enterprise Cloud Servers may be deployed using a virtual private cloud architecture to support IPsec connections.

In Hybrid deployments in particular, using EWS to access your AD often need to occur on the internal Exchange Server and not the Office 365 Server returned by autodiscover (as of June13, this issue is planned to be resolved by Microsoft, and this article will be updated once this changes).

Will PoliteMail Work in Citrix Environments?

Yes, PoliteMail will run in Citrix and Citrix XenApp environments

Each user/seat still requires a PoliteMail for Outlook license.

Users login to their Citrix profiles, and access PoliteMail through the PoliteMail for Outlook desktop client software, which must be installed for each user.

PoliteMail can provide an MSI that can be installed on Citrix.

The client software must have network access to the PoliteMail Server.

If PoliteMail is installed for the entire Citrix machine for all Outlook users, then all Outlook users would have access to PoliteMail. For those Outlook users without PoliteMail for Outlook licenses, the add-in must be disabled.