Right on the heels of rebranding SkyDrive as the new and improved OneDrive, Microsoft has announced that Office Web Apps have been renamed as Office Online: This nicely rounds out Microsoft's free cloud offering with Outlook.com for email, OneDrive for storage, and the rest of the Office Apps available and usable in your browser of … Continue reading Office Online
There are some functions in Office 365 that are easiest to do as a global admin, rather than as a delegated admin - primarily when you need to connect to a tenancy with PowerShell, and when you need to add new services to a tenancy where you have delegated admin access. Here's an example of … Continue reading Adding a free Office 365 admin account
I posted some time back about the new feature that came up in Office 365, that allowed you to purchase a domain directly from GoDaddy and completely configure it - all without having to leave the Office 365 portal. A few caveats are that it only seems to be available in Midsize in Enterprise plans … Continue reading Setting up GoDaddy domains in Office 365
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 … Continue reading Deleted 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 … Continue reading How to blacklist a domain in Office 365
Keeping sent items in the correct mailbox is a common problem for Exchange users who have delegated access to a shared mailbox, or even Send As permissions on another user's mailbox. Thankfully, there is a solution to this problem, and it works the same whether your Exchange is on premise, or in Office 365. The … Continue reading Delegated Access & Sent items
This has been driving me crazy - I'm running an IMAP migration for one of our clients, and the batches don't appear to have been running their regular incremental sync (by default supposed to run every 24 hours). After digging around in PowerShell cmdlets trying to see if I could find a way to determine … Continue reading IMAP Migrations: Last synced time is WRONG!!