Find articles about configuring and administering Exchange Online for Microsoft 365.
In this blog, Becky Cross reviews some key Takeaways and next steps from the recent TEC Talk: What to Do About Exchange On-Premises After Microsoft Starts to Block Messages.
Microsoft 365 makes it easy for administrators to get mail activity usage data for users. However, if you want to know which domains are sending most mail, you need to do some work. In this article, we cover how to use cmdlets from the Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK to create reports about user mail activity over time and the traffic sent by different domains.
From mid-August 2023, Exchange Online will enforce the action defined in the sender DMARC policy for inbound messages detected as spoof (by spoof intelligence). Tenants have the chance to amend their anti-phishing policy to decide what to do with these messages. I favor an outright rejection.
This article serves as a step by step guide on how to build an Azure function to retrieve mailbox permissions for Exchange Online.
With all the fuss about the new EAC, it's good to note features that still aren't available in the online version. Like how to export mailboxes to PST files. I don't normally like doing anything with PSTs, but sometimes you must grit your teeth and use what's available. In this article, we explain how to use a content search to export the contents of a user mailbox to a PST file.
After writing a script to generate statistics for room mailbox usage, some folks pointed out that the Graph APIs returned the names of meeting organizer in event subjects. Why does this happen? It's no fault of the Graph. Instead, it all comes down to calendar processing settings for room mailboxes.
In this Blog, James Yip explains how to conduct sensitive file inventory and background labeling using the Purview Information Protection Scanner.