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An Update on Office 365 Requiring TLS 1.2

Hello Exchange Server followers! In December 2017 it was announced Office 365 planned to discontinue support for TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 connections on March 1st, 2018, and after that time only TLS 1.2 connections would be allowed …

Demystifying Hybrid Free/Busy: what are the moving parts?

Hybrid Free/Busy is one of those things that many people do not fully understand. If everything works well, the complexity is hidden from view and people working in various parts of organization can seamlessly work together. But if things go …

Admin Annoyances with Exchange Online Protection

The process of writing a book or a training course forces you to spend a lot of time with the subject that you’re writing about. For my upcoming course on Office 365 security, I’ve been spending a lot of time …

Restoring the Default Malware Filter Policy in Exchange Online Protection

I stumbled across this little quirk while I was preparing some content for my upcoming Office 365 security course. In my demo tenant I wanted to reset the default malware filter policy in Exchange Online Protection to its original …

Microsoft’s Spectre/Meltdown Guidance for Exchange Server and Office 365 Customers

Spectre and Meltdown are attacks against previously undisclosed vulnerabilities in modern processors (CPUs). The names “Spectre” and “Meltdown” were chosen because they exploit vulnerabilities in “speculative execution” (a technique that allows processors to work really fast) and “melt security boundaries”.…

Permanently Clear Previous Mailbox Info

We are introducing a new parameter that can be called by using the Set-User cmdlet in Exchange Online PowerShell. The feature is focused for customers doing migration of on-premises mailboxes to the cloud and you will be able to use …

EAI support announcement

Out of 7.6 billion people in the world, only 360 million are native English speakers.

Although email has been the earliest and most widely-adopted platform for modern electronic communication, email addresses have only supported a limited subset of Latin characters …

The many ways to block automatic email forwarding in Exchange Online

In support, I get this question quite frequently: “How do I block users from auto forwarding their mail outside my environment?” There are plenty of good reasons you may not want auto forwarding: you may have HIPAA laws to follow, …

The Curious Case of the Quarantined Azure AD Identity Protection Weekly Digests

Exchange Online Protection (EOP) is often criticized for it’s effectiveness and accuracy. I have no doubt that some customers are finding EOP’s performance to be disappointing. But I also think that EOP, like any other email security service, will not …

PAW your way into Office 365 Migrations

We have had lots of questions regarding what PAW is when it comes to MRS Migrations, so let’s take a few minutes to explain PAW benefits to you. First off, what is this PAW we keep speaking of? PAW, or …

Understanding modern public folder quotas

As a part of our ‘demystifying modern public folders’ series we have so far discussed the modern public folder deployment best practices and available logging for monitoring public folder connections. In this blog post, we are going to discuss …

MeetEasier Helps Your Users Find Available Meeting Rooms

A long-standing complaint of end users is that it’s difficult to use Outlook to find an available meeting room on short notice. When you have plenty of time on your hands, you can patiently look for the right room at …

First Steps: Configuring Exchange Online Protection

Every Office 365 tenant with Exchange Online mailboxes has Exchange Online Protection (EOP), the cloud-based email anti-spam and anti-malware service. All inbound and outbound mail for Exchange Online mailboxes travels through EOP and is scanned for spam and malicious content, …

What to Expect from Multi-Geo for Office 365

At the recent Ignite conference Microsoft publicly unveiled their plans to allow Office 365 customers to place their data in specific geographic regions. They’re calling this capability “multi-geo”, and it will support Exchange Online, OneDrive, and SharePoint Online.

Microsoft has …

Announcing availability of 250,000 public folder Exchange 2010 hierarchy migrations to Exchange Online

Last September, we announced a beta program to validate onboarding of public folder data from Exchange 2010 on-premises to Exchange Online with large public folder hierarchies (100K – 250K public folders).

We are glad to announce that Exchange Online now …

Is Outlook for iOS and Android a Free App?

A recent discussion among MVPs and Microsoft reminded me of a question I was asked back when Outlook for iOS and Android were first released – is the Outlook app for iOS and Android devices a free app?

It’s a …

PowerTip: Remove calendar events from a mailbox

Summary: Remove calendar events within an Exchange Online mailbox.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Question Is there an easy way to remove calendar events from within an Exchange Online mailbox?

Hey, Scripting Guy! AnswerYes there is. There is a newly deployed cmdlet to Office 365 tenants: Remove-CalendarEvents. …

Managing Adoption of Office 365 by Controlling Access to Apps

A reader asked me how to limit access to Office 365 services so that their organization can migrate to Exchange Online first, and then gradually adopt more services over a period of time. That’s a reasonable approach to Office 365 …

Review of Mailscape 365 Office 365 Monitoring from ENow Software

During my career, I’ve worked in many internal operations teams. I’ve also worked alongside ops teams when I’ve been delivering projects to customers. Over the years I’ve seen a broad range of monitoring solutions used by IT departments. There’s been …

Weekend Scripter: Exchange add-in module

Summary: Mike O’Neill, Microsoft Senior Premier Field Engineer, created an Exchange add-in module.

This is a PowerShell module for Exchange engineers. The module takes into account both on-premises and hybrid deployed Exchange environments.

It is a combination of several …

Removing On-Premises Exchange Servers after Migrating to Office 365

For some customers after a migration from on-premises Exchange Server to Exchange Online there is a desire to completely decommission the on-premises Exchange servers. Whether it can actually be done will depend on a few different things.

At the beginning …

Using Exchange Shared Mailboxes for Help Desk and Customer Service Scenarios

Shared mailboxes in Exchange Server and Exchange Online are a great way for a team of your users to share the workload of reading and responding to emails. Shared mailboxes are often used in customer service scenarios, whether that be …

PowerShell Script for TroubleShooting Exchange ActiveSync Devices

On a recent case I was investigating a mobile device that couldn’t connect to a mailbox over ActiveSync. After spending a few minutes collecting information about the mailbox and its associated devices I realized that this task could be …

Discontinuation of support for Session Border Controllers in Exchange Online Unified Messaging

In July 2018, we will no longer support the use of Session Border Controllers (SBC) to connect 3rd Party PBX systems to Exchange Online Unified Messaging (UM). We’re making this change to provide a higher quality of service for voicemail, …

What’s New in Office 365 for June 2017

Office 365 for IT Pros, 4th Edition is continually updated with new information, changes and corrections. Customers who bought the book from this website can download the updated files from their purchase history. Updates applied to the Amazon Kindle

What’s New in Office 365 for May 2017

I’m a few days behind on this roundup because we’ve been busy getting the new fourth edition of Office 365 for IT Pros out the door. Here’s what’s new and changed in Office 365 for May.

Microsoft Teams, the …

TooManyBadItemsPermanentException error when migrating to Exchange Online?

Some of you may have noticed that more migrations might be failing due to encountering ‘too many bad items’. Upon closer review, you may notice that the migration report contains entries referencing corrupted items and being unable to translate principals. …

Office 365 Directory Based Edge Blocking support for on-premises Mail Enabled Public Folders

Until now, our on-premises customers who use  Mail Enabled Public Folders (MEPF) could not use services like Directory Based Edge Blocking (DBEB). If DBEB is enabled, any mails sent to Mail Enabled Public Folders (MEPF) will be dropped at the …

Controlling Exchange Online Mailbox Features with Mailbox Plans

When an Exchange Online mailbox is created in Office 365 it has all of the mailbox features and protocols enabled by default. This makes sense for the average Office 365 customer who doesn’t want to fiddle with settings to get …

2nd call for public folders to O365 Groups migrations

We got some replies to our previous post on the subject, but wanted to reach out again as we want to make sure we validate this scenario well. Therefore, here is an updated request:

If you are using Public …

Mailbox Permissions vs Mailbox Folder Permissions

When you are granting access for one user to access another mailbox, whether that be another user’s mailbox or a shared mailbox, you can configure the access using either mailbox permissions or mailbox folder permissions. The two approaches are suitable …

Removing an Auto-Mapped Mailbox from Outlook

A customer asked about a situation in which they’re unable to remove mailboxes from users’ Outlook profiles. In this case they were shared mailboxes and appeared in the left pane of Outlook. Although this case was for shared mailboxes, the …

What’s New in Office 365 for March 2017

March has been a huge month for Office 365 Groups. We kicked things off with a change to the email sending behavior for Groups, which immediately confused people who were used to seeing their own Group emails arrive in …

Sent Items behavior control comes to Exchange Online user mailboxes

It has been a while since we blogged about the ability to control the behavior of Sent Items for shared mailboxes when users either send as or on behalf of shared mailboxes. Today, we are glad to share with you …

Announcing the availability of modern public folder migration to Exchange Online

We are happy to announce the availability of public folder migration from Exchange Server 2013/2016 on-premises to Exchange Online! Many of our customers asked us for this, and the full documentation is now here. To ensure that any version-specific instructions …

Multi-Factor Authentication for the Hybrid Configuration Wizard and Remote PowerShell

You can now use an Administrator account that is enabled for Multi-Factor Authentication to sign in to Exchange Online PowerShell and the Office 365 Hybrid Configuration Wizard (HCW).

In case you are not aware, the Azure multi-factor authentication is a …

Exchange Server 2007 is About to Reach End of Life – What’s Your Plan?

On April 11th this year, Exchange Server 2007 will reach the end of its support lifecycle, otherwise known as end-of-life. For customers still running Exchange Server 2007, you should start making plans now to migrate to a newer version of …

Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection Dynamic Delivery Behavior with Journaling

In January of this year Microsoft added two new features to Advanced Threat Protection for Exchange Online. One of the new features, called Dynamic Delivery, provides an additional option that administrators can configure for the delivery of emails while …

Changing the OWA Reply All Default Setting to Reply

One of Microsoft’s interesting design decisions with Outlook on the web (OWA) for Exchange is the default setting of “Reply all” for replying to email messages.

As any seasoned email admin will tell you, careless use of “Reply all” has …

What’s New in Office 365 for January 2017

Office 365 for IT Pros, 3rd Edition is continually updated with new information, changes and corrections. Customers who bought the book from this website can download the updated files from their purchase history. Updates applied to the Amazon Kindle

An update to “Important notice for Office 365 email customers who have configured connectors”

Since we posted this blog post, we have received positive responses from many of our customers, who have proceeded with changing their connectors (as per instructions in the post), thereby protecting their email/domain reputation. However, we are also aware …

Send-as and Send-on-behalf of for groups in Outlook

Today, we are excited to announce the ‘Send-as’ and Send-on-behalf of feature for groups in Outlook, which brings you one step closer to turning your email into a great customer support solution.

With the new ‘Send as’ and ‘Send on …

Microsoft Graph Preview for Exchange 2016 customers

We are interested in working with Exchange 2016 customers or partners to help us validate Exchange hybrid scenarios using Microsoft Graph. This will be a self-paced development project where your developers will scope and get technical help to unblock Graph …

Certificate-Based Authentication (CBA) for Exchange Online is Generally Available

Many organizations have been using certificate based authentication for Exchange Online while the feature was in preview. Today, we are excited to announce that the feature is generally available in Office 365 Enterprise, Business, Education, and Government plans. For more …

What’s Wrong with Auto-Replies for Inactive Email Addresses?

When a user departs an organization, the Exchange admins are often requested to do something with the departed user’s email address to deal with any emails that continue to be sent to the former staff member. Obviously email is such …

New Exchange Online migration options

We are in the process of rolling out a new migration experience that will greatly simplify your journey to Office 365 and Exchange Online.

This new experience will help any customer running at least one Exchange 2010, 2013 and/or 2016 …

Can Exchange Web Services be Accessed by Bypassing Multi-Factor Authentication?

This week an information security company published their findings that Exchange Server and Exchange Online (Office 365) do not enforce two-factor authentication (2FA) for Exchange Web Services. For the most of this article I’m just going to refer to Exchange …

Change in behavior for delicensed Exchange Online users

Several weeks ago, we enabled a new Office 365 feature to some tenants where the removal of the Exchange License didn’t immediately mail disable the user and disconnected the mailbox. The new behavior then required to manually (via RPS – …

The Hybrid Mesh

During the recent Microsoft Ignite conference I heard questions related to hybrid and partner free/busy relationships quite often, so I wanted to write about it.

This scenario applies to companies with one or more external free busy relationships configured. For …

Managing Focused Inbox in Office 365 and Outlook

Focused Inbox—focus on the emails that matter most

For many, the inbox is the command center for their day. It’s the way to keep track of what is going on and what needs to get done. Outlook’s Focused Inbox makes …

Tip: a few useful PowerShell scripts for Exchange and Office 365 Admins

Recently there has been some helpful activity over on the Microsoft Script Center for Exchange and Office 365 administrators. Here are 3 scripts that we wanted to call out, as well as a bit of an overview of what they …

Using Transport Rules to Block Outbound Email to Untrustworthy Domains

Sometimes a customer will have the need to block their users from sending emails to domain names that they consider untrustworthy. Exchange makes this possible through the use of transport rules, also known as mail flow rules. You can …

Microsoft Working on Solutions to Remove On-Premises Exchange Server Requirements

During the Ignite session titled “Run Microsoft Exchange Hybrid for the long haul”, Microsoft has hinted at potential solutions to the problem that many customers face after migrating to Exchange Online.

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One of the frustrating discoveries for a lot of …

Help us test large scale Exchange public folder migrations to Exchange Online

We are on a roll! Following our recent migration program announcement, we wanted to see if there are customers who would like to help us validate migration of larger scale public folders from Exchange on-premises to Exchange Online (EXO). …

Introducing the Mailbox Recovery Troubleshooter

There are times when the deletion of a user account or a mailbox needs to be undone. It could be that you accidentally deleted the wrong user or maybe you are not really sure what happened to a mailbox, …

Deprecating support for SmartScreen in Outlook and Exchange

What are we announcing?

  1. On November 1, 2016, Microsoft will stop generating updates for the SmartScreen spam filters in Exchange Server 2016 and earlier (2013, 2010, 2007), Outlook 2016 for Windows and earlier (2013, 2010, 2007) and Outlook 2011 for

Help us test Exchange 2013/2016 to Exchange Online public folder migration

Right on the heels of our recent TAP program announcement, we wanted to see if there are customers who would like to help us validate migration of modern public folders from Exchange 2013/2016 to Exchange Online (EXO). This is …

[Script Of Jul. 22] How to create appointment and set status for multiple users in Office365 by PowerShell

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The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Create-appointment-and-set-6d66f224.

The sample code demonstrates how to create appointment and set status for multiple users in Office365 by PowerShell.

You can find more All-In-One Script Framework script samples …

Preview of Certificate-Based Authentication (CBA) for Exchange Online

Currently, we support the ability for certain mobile applications to utilize certificate-based authentication (CBA) in Exchange on premise environments. Today we are pleased to announce that CBA is available in preview for customers using Office 365 Enterprise, Business, and Education …

[Script Of Jul. 14] How to activate synced users bulkly in Office 365

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Script Download:
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/How-to-activate-synced-cf5ac3a5.

The sample code demonstrates how to activate synced users bulky in Office 365.

You can find more All-In-One Script Framework script samples at http://aka.ms/onescriptingallery

[Script Of Jul. 11] How to find all the mailbox permissions a user has in EXO

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Script Download:
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/How-to-find-all-the-62e2febb.

The sample code demonstrates how to find all the mailbox permissions a user has in EXO.

You can find more All-In-One Script Framework script samples at http://aka.ms/onescriptingallery

How to Restore the Forgotten Attachment Warning in Outlook on the Web

Outlook on the Web (what used to be called OWA) has a useful feature that checks an email you’re about to send, and if it contains words that indicate that there should be a file attached to the message, will …

HCW Improvement: The Minimal Hybrid Configuration option

Over the past several years, we have received feedback from all sorts of customers on how the Hybrid Configuration Wizard can be improved. One highly requested piece of feedback has been focused around providing an option to allow a customer …

Microsoft Warns of Potential Data Loss during Public Folder Migrations

Microsoft has issued a warning in KB3161916 about a potential data loss scenario that can occur during public folder migrations. Before anyone panics, it’s important to understand that this issue impacts public folders where…

…all your folders’ replicas aren’t on

Backing Up Office 365 Mailboxes

As any product or service grows in popularity an ecosystem of third party solutions tends to sprout around it. Such is the case with Office 365 and backup products, as software companies both new and old position themselves to fill …

Exchange Best Practices: Device Encryption for Mobile Devices

Encryption is important for protecting corporate data stored on mobile devices from being accessed by anybody who has physical access to the device.

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Important notice for Office 365 email customers who have configured connectors

If you’re an Exchange Online or Exchange Online Protection (EOP) subscriber and you have configured connectors, this post contains important information that might impact your organization. To make sure that your mail flow isn’t interrupted, we strongly recommend that you …

Office 365 Email Address Policies

The appearance of email address policies in Exchange Online may be a good sign for Office 365 customers who need this useful feature.

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[Script Of Mar. 28] How to activate synced users bulkly in Office 365

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Script Download:  
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/How-to-activate-synced-cf5ac3a5. You can also use  Microsoft Script Browser for Windows PowerShell ISE to download the sample with one button click from within your scripting environment. 

This script is used to

Exchange Best Practices: Automatically Remote Wiping Mobile Devices

Exchange Server and Exchange Online mobile device mailbox policies allow automatic remote wipe of devices after failed sign-in attempts.

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[Script Of Mar. 23] How to find all the mailbox permissions a user has in EXO

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Script Download:  
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/How-to-find-all-the-62e2febb. You can also use  Microsoft Script Browser for Windows PowerShell ISE to download the sample with one button click from within your scripting environment. 

This script is used find …

Exchange Best Practices: PIN/Passcode Requirements for Mobile Devices

The default Exchange and Exchange Online mobile policies do not enforce PIN/passwords for mobile devices, which is not recommended for security reasons.

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Exchange Best Practices: Non-Provisionable Mobile Devices

In Exchange Server and Exchange Online the default mobile device mailbox policy allows non-provisionable ActiveSync devices to connect, which is not recommended for security reasons.

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Important notice about certificate expiration for Exchange 2013 Hybrid customers

If you’re running Exchange 2013 and you’ve configured a hybrid deployment with Office 365, this post contains important information that might impact you. Please evaluate this information and take any necessary action before April 15, 2016.

On April 15 2016

Office 365 Hybrid Configuration wizard for Exchange 2010

The Office 365 Hybrid Configuration wizard has been updated to support Exchange 2010. This new wizard comes with the following advantages:

  • An updated user experience that simplifies the hybrid configuration process
  • The error handling experience allows for simple remediation

[Script Of Feb. 17] How to import ActiveSync devices to Exchange Online

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Script Download:  
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/How-to-import-ActiveSync-2ca30a9f.  You can also use  Microsoft Script Browser for Windows PowerShell ISE to download the sample with one button click from within your scripting environment. 

This script will import

Adding New Email Addresses for Multiple Mailbox Users

Email addresses are an ever changing requirement for many organizations, particularly when mergers, acquisitions, or re-branding exercises are under way. Naturally this is something that falls on the Exchange administrator to solve. There’s a variety of scenarios that could be …

Exchange Public Folder Mailbox Limit Increased from 100 to 1,000

We are happy to reveal that we’re increasing the number of public folder mailboxes in Exchange from 100 to 1,000.  More Public Folder mailboxes means more storage space capacity for public folders.  This increase will facilitate the migration of very …

[Script Of Dec. 14] How to find all the mailbox permissions a user has in EXO

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Script Download:  
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-find-all-the-62e2febb.  You can also use  Microsoft Script Browser for Windows PowerShell ISE to download the sample with one button click from within your scripting environment. 

This script is

Office 365 Book Recommendations

If you’re trying to learn about Office 365 and books are your preferred way to learn new skills, then you face a bit of a problem.

Office 365 is a rapidly changing service. Most of the books written about Office …

MX Records for Exchange Hybrid Deployments

A reader emailed to ask:

During a Hybrid deployment, where should the MX records point for mail flow?

This question is asked quite often during customer projects, and the answer is really “it depends”. Let’s take a look at some …

[Script Of Nov. 25] How to compare the domains of mailboxes’ proxy addresses with tenant’s domain in EXO

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Script Download:  
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-compare-the-domains-24ae4e13.  You can also use  Microsoft Script Browser for Windows PowerShell ISE to download the sample with one button click from within your scripting environment. 

This script is used

Modern Attachments for Exchange 2016 Hybrid Customers

There is a new option that has been made available for our Office 365 customers that allows you to take advantage of integrating the OneDrive for Business attachment experience directly from your OWA and Outlook 2016 clients. The main point …

Running PowerShell cmdlets for large numbers of users in Office 365

When PowerShell was introduced back in Exchange 2007 it was a boon too all us Exchange administrators. It allowed us as admins to manage large numbers of objects quickly and seamlessly. We have come to rely on it for updating …

Introducing Public Folder “Lost and Found” functionality

What is this about

In both Exchange Server 2016 and Office 365, recovering a deleted Public Folder Mailbox presents the possibility for a recovered Secondary PF Mailbox to contain Public Folders that may no longer be resident on a newly-created …

AirSync Recipient Not Found Exception when Remote Wiping a Mobile Device

When an administrator issues a remote wipe for a mobile device they may receive a warning message:

The user username who is currently logged on, isn’t a valid recipient.

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This error can occur when the administrative user you are logged …

New Public Folder Picker for OWA

The Exchange Public Folder team has been working on improving the Public Folder experience in OWA. Today we are announcing a new feature available in Exchange Server 2013 CU10, Exchange Server 2016, as well as Office 365 customers over …

Introducing the Microsoft Office 365 Hybrid Configuration Wizard

Running Exchange 2013 CU8 or higher? Download the new wizard!

The Exchange hybrid team has been working hard over the past year getting the 3rd version of the Hybrid Configuration Wizard (HCW) ready. This new version is called the …

PowerShell Scripts for Your Exchange Server Toolkit

One of the great things about Exchange Server is the ability to use PowerShell for a wide variety of administration tasks. And one of the great strengths of PowerShell is the ability to use scripts to automate complex or repetitive …

Deprecating the REST API preview endpoint

While we do not cover Developer subjects very often on this blog, we wanted to let you know about this:

As some of you know, the Outlook REST APIs moved from preview to general availability in October 2014. As part …

Hybrid deployment best practices

Many Office 365 customers are using our hybrid deployment option since it offers the most flexible migration process, the best coexistence story, and the most seamless onboarding user experience. However, even with all of this flexibility, a few wrong choices …

Office 365: Delivery Has Failed to These Recipients or Groups

When an external sender attempts to send an email message to an Office 365 group they may receive a non-delivery report (NDR).

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The NDR states:

Your message couldn’t be delivered because the group you’re sending to needs to know who

Controlling Microsoft Send App Access with Exchange Web Services

Microsoft has released a new application for Office 365 customers that is designed to be used for short, instant-message style communications via email. The app is named Send and is available in the US and Canadian iTunes App Store, with …

Deep Sixing PST Files

A little over two years ago we wrote about removing PSTs from your organization and gave you a tool to assist you with that endeavor. .PST, Time to Walk the Plank. Since then, we’ve updated the tool with some …

Booking Delegation Vs. Classic Delegation

Calendar delegation can be assigned in two different ways, each for a specific scenario. However, any mailbox, usually rooms, can be assigned both and this causes confusion when managing delegation of rooms or resources. What’s the difference and why?

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Managing Shared Mailbox Sent Items Behaviour in Exchange Server 2013 and Office 365

With the recent release of Cumulative Update 9 for Exchange Server 2013, as well as updates to Exchange Online (Office 365), Microsoft has made it possible to control the sent items behaviour for shared mailboxes when delegates send …

Parsing the Admin Audit Logs with PowerShell

One of the nice features introduced in Exchange 2010 was Admin Audit Logging. Concerned administrators everywhere rejoiced! This meant that a record of Exchange PowerShell activity, organization wide, was now saved and searchable.

Administrators could query the Admin Audit Log, …

Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection is now available

Just a quick note that we have released a new service that some of you might be interested in, called Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection. This is a complementary service to already existing  Exchange Online Protection (EOP) and extends to …

FAQ: Configuring a Mailbox to Allow Only POP3 Access

Sometimes an organization has a requirement to only allow certain users to access their mailboxes using the POP3 protocol. Faced with this requirement the Exchange administrator needs to work out how to lock down all other access protocols for …

[Script Of Jun. 03] How to add trusted domains to users’ trusted list in EXO

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Script Download:  
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com//How-to-add-trusted-domains-4ffda60d.  You can also use  Microsoft Script Browser for Windows PowerShell ISE to download the sample with one button click from within your scripting environment. 

This script will add …