This question has been bugging me since Clutter was launched, and I was happy to find this thread on the IT Pro Network that answered it. Clutter is one of those features that I take for granted now, but it’s definitely a question that comes up during migrations when users are starting to see it, … Read moreHow and when Clutter is enabled
Office 365 Groups: Next Gen Distribution Lists? Lately Microsoft has been putting a lot of focus on Office 365 groups as an ad hoc, user driven collaboration platform. These Office 365 Groups are also used for Microsoft Planner, as each Office 365 Group creates a plan, and every time a user creates a new plan … Read moreDistribution Groups, Naming Policies and You!
I ran into an issue today where we discovered that a subset of our users with mailboxes that had been migrated to Office 365 had Retention Hold enabled on their mailboxes – what was strange about this was that we hadn’t set this at all during our migration, and it seemed to be randomly applied … Read moreRetentionHoldEnabled Inconsistency
When dealing with deleted items in Office 365, it’s important to remember that there are always 2 retention policies that are applied to items that are deleted: The first retention policy is the one that can be edited in the Exchange admin Center (detailed below), and affects items that are sent to the Trash, or … Read moreDeleted item retention
Log in to your Exchange admin center, and go to mail flow – rules: Click on the plus icon to create a new rule, and choose Bypass spam filtering: Note: You can use this same rule to either whitelist or blacklist a domain depending on the options you choose later. As you can see, there … Read moreHow to blacklist a domain in Office 365