Office 365: Correcting users who have had a mailbox in the cloud and on-premises…

In some previous blog posts I have outlined conditions where users may have inadvertently had a mailbox both on premises and in the cloud at the same time.  The following links outline these scenarios and how to attempt to proactively identity users that may fall in this condition. https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/timmcmic/2018/04/10/office-365-detecting-and-preventing-duplicate-mailboxes-between-on-premises-and-exchange-online/ https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/timmcmic/2017/09/10/office-365-users-have-both-a-cloud-and-on-premises-mailbox/ https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/timmcmic/2018/04/09/office-365-licensing-mail-users-results-in-mailbox-objects/ With an understanding of…

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Office 365: Exchange Migrations and the data migrated information…

In Office 365 migration batches are the preferred method of establishing mailbox migrations to Office 365.  When a migration batch is established the users included in the batch are represented as migration users within the service.  Within the context of each migration user is where we track the migration process.  One of the data points…

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Office 365: The mystery of mobile phone…

In the last few weeks I have worked several escalations from customers inquiring about inconsistencies with the mobile phone attribute.  In almost all cases inconsistencies were noticed in the Exchange Online contact card where mobile phone listed did not match on premises. When directory synchronization is enabled on an Office 365 tenant a set of…

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