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.
Join Andres Bohren as he dives into Journaling in Exchange, explaining how it works and how to set it up in Exchange Online & On-premises.
Most Microsoft 365 user accounts don't need access to Exchange Online PowerShell. It's an administrative tool that end users don't get much value from. In this article, we explore the best way to disable Exchange Online PowerShell using a script that can run interactively or as a scheduled Azure Automation runbook (the best way for automatic management).
Microsoft actively develops Azure AD external identities and doesn't do much with mail contacts. Maybe it's a good idea to migrate mail contacts to Azure AD guest accounts. This article explores what's involved in moving mail contacts over to Azure AD guest accounts using PowerShell.
In this edition of our series on the "Top 5 Best Practices for Exchange Online Domain Transfers," we delve deeper into the importance of validating your plan prior to implementation. Implementing a well-tested and practiced process will help prevent mistakes and encountering unknowns during the migration. Join us as we explore the key considerations for a successful validation phase.
Microsoft announced that Exchange Online will block old Exchange Servers by throttling and then rejecting their inbound email into Exchange Online. The hope is that this tactic will convince those who operate unsupported versions of Exchange Server to upgrade and use supported software that isn't vulnerable to known attack vectors.
My team has recently worked on some projects featuring multi-tenant and multi-Exchange environments. A common requirement for all projects is the ability to share free/busy information across all environments. In this article, I will dive into using free/busy sharing with Exchange/Microsoft 365 in the worldwide cloud. Sharing Free/Busy Information Let’s start with the obvious issues: […]
On the show this week, find out what's happening with recent changes to Exchange Online that might cause a delay if you're setting up a fresh Hybrid environment; plus security recommendations for your on-premises Exchange environment. If you're getting into Viva Sales, we discuss what the new OpenAI GPT add-in does. Creepy or useful - you decide! Plus Microsoft Syntex's PAYG model goes live and Teams gets user experience changes that your users will certainly notice.
User Submissions is a valuable Microsoft 365 feature that helps add an extra layer of defense in your organization. In this article, Damian Scoles discusses the importance of User Submissions and how to set up your configuration.