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How to export Office 365 mailboxes to PST using eDiscovery

In this article, I am going to show you how to export Office 365 mailboxes to PST files using an Office 365’s native in-place eDiscovery mechanism as a workaround. The reason why...

Test SMTP Relay in Office365

I am back with my 3rd blog and this blog is primarily with testing SMTP relay with Office365 for that matter this testing can be used against any email applications which...

Takin’ care of business: Best practices of top Office 365 admins

Daily: On a daily basis, mailbox admins are constantly responding to any addition, change, and removal requests for their Office365 accounts. The most common daily tasks are: Modifying passwords Modifying folder permissions ...

The Top 7 Office 365 Troubleshooting Tools

As an Office 365 administrator, it’s nice to have a collection of tools to turn to when troubleshooting issues with Office 365. Below I’ve shared a few of my favorites by...

Moving to the Cloud with SharePoint 2016

Moving to the Cloud with SharePoint 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9bNJbmUAo8&t=12s

Moving to the Cloud with OneDrive for Business

Record Skype Meeting : Moving to the Cloud with OneDrive for Business https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnZlZs4z_jI&t=162s

How to: Change user status from “Synced with Local AD” to “Incloud” in Office365

Microsoft Azure AD Connect is very useful tool to sync users and passwords from on-premise active directory to Office365. On some occasions you may want to delete a user from local...

Reduce The Amount of Spam Office365

With blocking specific Top Level Domains (TLD) you can greatly reduce the amount of Spam your end users are getting. The TLDs you are already familiar with are .com, .net. and...

Setup A Directory Service LDAP Account

Add a directory service (LDAP) account       1. Launch Outlook, and click on the File tab 2. In the Account Information screen, click on Account Settings. 3. In the Account settings window, click on the Address Books tab....