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 are addressed appropriately, we have two articles to point you to: Use batch migration to…


Office 365 Weekly Digest | March 12 – 18, 2017

Welcome to the March 12 – 18, 2017 edition of the Office 365 Weekly Digest. Microsoft Teams took center stage in many ways last week, so it is naturally featured in this week’s digest including the Message Center, Upcoming Events and Blog Roundup sections. Somewhat buried in the avalanche of Teams-related content, the Exchange Team announced multi-factor…


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 method of verifying who you are that requires the use of more than just a…


Office 365 Weekly Digest | February 26 – March 4, 2017

Welcome to the February 26 – March 4, 2017 edition of the Office 365 Weekly Digest. It was busy last week in the Message Center, highlighted by notifications that Office 365 Groups are now integrated with Yammer and details on changes related to eDiscovery, Client Access Rules, Azure Active Directory Synchronization and more. The event…


Business Email Solution — what a new business needs to know

A small investment in a business email account can be the difference between success and failure for your new business. Yet, for many businesses, finding the right enterprise email provider isn’t top of mind. Most people think email is just a given—it is free, after all, so why not just set up a simple email account, like “YourGreatNewBusiness@outlook.com?” While free email accounts are great for personal use, the lack of a proper business email solution could sneak up on you as your company starts to scale.


Connecting to Exchange Online with PowerShell

Really quick one for y’all today. Working with Intune, I’ve found myself becoming a bit of an Exchange SME. Blocking email, authentication types, EAS vs EWS, the list goes on. Anyway, I find myself having to query Exchange Online configuration all the time. Here’s a three line PowerShell script that will connect you to your…


Troubleshooting Mailbox Migration Error “You can’t use the domain because it’s not an accepted domain for your organization.”

While migrating users via MRS between organizations (especially to Exchange Online), a pretty common error that I run across is: You can’t use the domain because it’s not an accepted domain for your organization. This error is generated because the MailUser object of the user you’re attempting to migrate has a proxy address attached to…

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Removing Proxy Addresses from Exchange Recipients

I saw a request come through the other day for a method to remove unwanted proxy addresses for contacts.  I’d had some code sitting around from a project a few years back and decided to freshen it up, and maybe add some newer tricks. So, the original idea was to select a bunch of users…

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Understanding Office365 Security Capabilities

So you want to learn more about the security capabilities and the Secure Productive Enterprise offering in Office 365? You’ve come to the right place! Below is a list of resources that will provide you with a good foundational knowledge of the various advanced security workloads in Office365. Stay tuned as I will update this list…