New Microsoft 365 accounts automatically have security defaults enabled to protect you from phishing and other identity-related attacks.
Security defaults help protect you from identity-related attacks with preconfigured security settings. This means that all email users will be asked to...
Having a properly configured SPF is essential, in this article we'll learn how to improve your email sending credibility even further by implementing DKIM & DMARC.
Assuming you already have SPF configured properly on your domain if you haven't, click here to learn more 💡
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Windows Remote Management (WinRM) on your computer needs to allow Basic authentication (it's enabled by default). To verify that Basic authentication is enabled, run this command in a Command Prompt:
winrm get winrm/config/client/auth
If you don't see the value Basic = true, you...
Is someone left from your office?
Here is the best practice to do with their mailbox.
With Office 365, we can take advantage of keeping inactive users in the cloud without affecting our quota without any license required.
Go to Admin centers -> Exchange
At the Exchange admin center dashboard...
You can run the command via AD PowerShell directly:
$msolcred = get-credential
connect-msolservice -credential $msolcred
To purge the deleted user accounts:
get-msoluser –returndeletedusers -maxresults 100000 | remove-msoluser -removefromrecyclebin -force
In Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Exchange introduced a feature that allows Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 clients to automatically map to any mailbox to which a user has Full Access permissions. If a user is granted Full Access permissions to another user’s mailbox or to a shared mailbox...
Here is the proper way to do a Calendar Sharing in Outlook (Including How to delegate access properly)
File -> Account Settings -> Delegate Access -> Add (‘Person Name’) -> Calendar (Select desired access level)
On the other side, open up Calendar -> Open Shared Calendar -> Enter (‘Person...
How to do manual synchronise between Active Directory DIRSYNC and Office 365 using PowerShell?
Open up Windows PowerShell, and then invoke the following command:
FinishedPS C:\Program Files\Microsoft Azure AD Sync\Bin> .\DirectorySyncClientCmd.exe delta