Targeted collections are a method available to focus Microsoft 365 content searches on specific mailbox folders or folders in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business. In this article, we discuss how to retrieve the folder identifiers needed for a content query using the Recoverable Items folders as an example. Targeted collections are a great way to run ultra-precise content searches when you're looking for the proverbial pea in a haystack of mailboxes.
In this blog, Richard Dean Teases his TEC 2023 session and explores the complexities of Multi-Tenant Management using Microsoft solutions.
Misconfigured Conditional Access policies may introduce unnecessary risk to your tenant. That is why it is important to make sure these policies are properly configured. In this blog, Brandon Colley reviews the five most common Conditional Access misconfigurations.
Join us on for this week's Practical 365 Podcast, where we discuss Microsoft Inspire, Teams Malware, and more Teams features.
Most articles covering how to bulk delete Azure AD accounts use a CSV file to hold the input set of accounts for removal. That approach works, but there are better ways to do the job if the contents of Azure AD are accurate.
It's time to armor up for battle with Microsoft's DMARC. In this article, Damian Scoles talks about new improvements to DMARC and how you can use them to protect against email attacks.
Recently, security researchers at JumpSec labs identified a vulnerability in Teams that allows malware delivery through Teams chat. Microsoft Acknowledged the vulnerability but didn't release any immediate remedies. In this blog, we will discuss two practical methods to avoiding malware delivery within Teams.
In this article, Jaap Wesselius explains two ways of creating a Receive Connector for SMTP relay purposes. It is up to your organization to decide which option best fits your needs.
Maintaining accurate Azure AD User Account manager links is important because many Microsoft 365 features like the Organization chart in Teams, the user profile card, and Outlook's Org Explorer depend on the information. This article covers how to use PowerShell to maintain the manager-employee links.
On June 21, Microsoft posted a message center notification and a technical community blog to inform potential customers how to prepare for Microsoft 365 Copilot. Apart from some details about Copilot licensing and the disclosure that Outlook users will need the Monarch client to use Copilot, we didn't learn too much.