The New Azure Converged Auth Model and Office 365 APIs

Microsoft is currently working on a new authentication and authorization model that is simply referred to as “v2” in the docs that they have available right now. I decided to spend some time taking a look around this model and in the process have been writing up some tips and other useful information and code…

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Know When Your Azure Identity Won’t Work with Office 365 APIs

As those of you who are familiar with Office365Mon know, we heavily leverage the Office 365 APIs in our solution.  It’s been a key player in being able to issue now over 100 million health probes against Office 365.  I know and have talked to lots of you as well that are starting to build…

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Newly Released – Analyze your Office 365 Outage Data in Power BI

We’re very happy today to announce the release of new integration between the Office365Mon reporting data and Power BI in Office 365. Office365Mon is used to monitor your SharePoint Online and Exchange Online tenants. Along the way it captures quite a bit of data related to outages in your tenants as well as performance data….

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Office365Mon Partners with Microsoft Office 365

Hi everybody, We could not have picked a more appropriate day to announce this. Office 365 Exchange customers experienced a pretty big outage yesterday and this post is a testament to Microsoft’s commitment to increase transparency to service health for all our customers. Office365Mon is partnering with Microsoft Office 365 to be one of the…

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Using the o365 APIs and ADAL to Send Email from an Unattended Process

UPDATE:  We just posted a blog on a new and better way to do this!  Check out the blog post at http://blogs.msdn.com/b/exchangedev/archive/2015/01/22/building-demon-or-service-apps-with-office-365-mail-calendar-and-contacts-apis-oauth2-client-credential-flow.aspx and use that method going forward. One of the things you frequently want to do in your custom applications is send out emails.  Historically this could be solved by using an SMTP server…

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OneDrive for Business Browser Using o365 APIs

I’ve been spending a lot of time recently talking to different partners and customers about building applications using the Apps for Office and Apps for SharePoint platforms.   One of the questions I seem to get most frequently though has been about one of the new additions to our development platform, which is the o365 APIs…

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Using ADAL Access Tokens with o365 REST APIs and CSOM

Many fine folks were generous enough to point out to me this week that you can now (actually since June’ish I’m told) use an access token you get from ADAL in conjunction with the o365 APIs to use ALSO with the SharePoint REST API as well CSOM.  Shocking!!  This may be what they call “asleep…

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