- Contact your Office 365 Security & Compliance portal for Microsoft 365 and chooseThreat management> Anti-spam or go directly to this anti-spam settings page: https://protection.office.com/antispam
2. Click the down arrow next to Outbound spam filter policy (always ON) and then on the Edit policy button.
3. Click the down arrow next to Automatic forwarding , then choose On – Forwarding is activated via the drop-down list. Finally click on to save .
Enable Automatic External Forwarding for Individual Mailboxes
1 Log in to your Office 365 Security & Compliance portal for Microsoft 365 and choose Threat management> Anti-spam or head directly to the Anti-spam settings page here: https://protection.office.com/antispam .
2 click + Create an outbound policy .
3Give your new outbound spam filter policy a Surname other Description . Click the down arrow next to Automatic forwarding to expand that section. Choose On – Forwarding is enabled from the dropdown.
4 Click the down arrow next to Applied to , then + Add a condition . Choose Sender is from the dropdown list, then click in Add a tag to find the email account (s) you’d like to allow to automatically forward and select them. Click Save .