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How to create a migration endpoint Exchange Online

How to create a migration endpoint Exchange Online In post we, will go through the steps to create a new migration endpoint for Exchange Online. To get started, connect to Office 365 Admin Portal then navigate to Exchange Online Admin Portal. From the Exchange admin centre, click on “Recipients”. From the “Recipients” menu select “migration”…

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Let users rest their Passwords in Office 365

Let users rest their Passwords in Office 365 Office 365 and Azure AD allows users to reset their own passwords, this reduces the calls to helpdesk for password resets. Once you enable this setting users will be able to navigate to https://passwordreset.microsoftonline.com/ and reset their own passwords. To get started Launch the Office 365 Admin…

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Disable anonymous calendar sharing in Office 365 Admin Center and PowerShell.

Disable anonymous calendar sharing in Office 365 Admin Center and PowerShell During this post, we will run down on how to disable anonymous calendar sharing in Office 365. By default, anonymous calendar sharing is enabled, as an Office 365 admin can you decide what kind of information your user share externally. With Anonymous calendar sharing…

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Configure Outbound Spam Notification Office 365 Exchange Online

Configure Outbound Spam Notification Office 365 Exchange Online Outbound spam filtering is always enabled by default when customers use the service to send outbound email. If an outbound email is determined to be spam, the service routes the message through a high risk delivery pool, this reduces the probability of the normal outbound-IP pool of…

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How to verify if Mailbox Auditing is enabled by Default on your Office 365 Tenant

How to verify if Mailbox Auditing is enabled by Default on your Office 365 Tenant Started from January 2019, Microsoft turned on mailbox auditing by default for all Microsoft 365 organizations. This means that the certain actions like the following will be logged and can be viewed in the mailbox audit log. Mailbox owner Delegates…

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Creating Office 365 Safe Links Policy and Rule using PowerShell

Creating Office 365 Safe Links Policy and Rule using PowerShell To create a new Safe Links policy and rule a connection to Exchange Online Protection needs to be created. Establish a connection to Exchange Online Protection by doing the following.

Once the session has been created run the following to import the new…

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Create Office 365 Safe Attachments Policy and Safe attachment Rule using PowerShell

Create Office 365 Safe Attachments Policy and Safe attachment Rule using PowerShell To get started with creating the Safe attachment policy and safe attachment rule a connection to Exchange Online Protection needs to be established. To establish a connection to Exchange Online Protection (EOP), follow the below.

Then import the new session

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Configure the external postmaster address in Exchange Online

Configure the external postmaster address in Exchange Online The external postmaster address is used to send notification messages to senders outside of your Exchange Online organisation. External senders are a sender with a domain that is not part of your accepted domain in your organisation. The default setting in Exchange Online for the postmaster address…

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Office 365 Hybrid Emails Stuck in Queue: target host responded 421.4.4.1 connection timed out mail-onmicroosft.mail.protecion.outlook.com.

Office 365 Hybrid Emails Stuck in Queue: target host responded 421.4.4.1 connection timed out mail-onmicroosft.mail.protecion.outlook.com. You receive the following error after running the Hybrid Configuration wizard, all emails are building up in the Exchange Queue. To resolve this issue, follow the below steps. Make sure that the all your exchange servers are added to the…

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