Find articles about configuring and administering Exchange Online for Microsoft 365.
Outlook groups and shared mailboxes both help small teams work with shared email. The decision as to which to use depends on the exact needs the team has.
Now that they've disabled basic authentication for email connection protocols, Microsoft is doing the same for the Autodiscover service. This makes sense.
Microsoft plans to deliver a new Pay As You Go backup and restore service as part of their Syntex content management suite. It's a big change for Microsoft because they've never delivered backup and restore services for Microsoft 365 before.
The Office 365 audit log is a rich source of forensic information. This article explains how to use Azure Automation to search the log for high-priority events.
This article explains how to create a mailbox contents report using PowerShell and the Microsoft Graph. The list of mailbox items is exported to a workbook.
On this week's Practical 365 Podcast, Paul and Steve chat about TEC, The retirement of Teams on Linux, the Power Platform conference, and much more!
Outlook mobile is Microsoft's recommended option for a mobile email client. Many still use Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) based clients, like the native iOS app.
A report released by Microsoft explained how attackers compromised admin accounts in a tenant and created a malicious OAuth app to control Exchange Online.
This article explains the importance of deploying Autodiscover correctly to ensure that all of Microsoft 365 works, including Exchange Online.
This week on the Practical 365 podcast, Paul and I are talking about Microsoft Teams, the Hybrid Workplace, TEC, MEC, and much more.
Microsoft finally introduced the fully-supported capability to remove your last Exchange Server and provided a cut-down set of PowerShell cmdlets that you can use to manage the Exchange Online-related attributes in your local Active Directory.