disable a Remote Mailbox on Exchange 2010

Hello Team,

I hav a hybrid environment, Exchange 2010, Office365

Any mailbox which is on Office365, is seen as a Remote user mailbox in Exchange 2010 console. So if i Right click on Remote user mailbox on Exchange2010, and Need disable. it get disabled. But the user mailbox which is seen in Office365, not gone. It still there. i waited for replication to happen. But 2 days pass, Still mailbox not disabled from Office365

So please suggest, how we can disable the mailbox from Office365

Thanks,
Andy
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Addy NadiaExpertAsked:
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Trenton KnewOwner / Computer WhispererCommented:
you can disable it on 365 exchange admin center.

Log into EAC, by going to outlook.office365.com.  
click on the menu button to the left of "Office 365" as shown here
ee-365admin.PNGIn the left menu, click Admin→Exchange.
Click Recipients
Find the user in your list and double click
click Mailbox features
disable activeSync, OWA, Outlook Web App, IMAP, and POP3
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Addy NadiaExpertAuthor Commented:
I dont think so.. it is for disable.
As you mentionibg to disable the features
Please tell how we disable his exchange account
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Trenton KnewOwner / Computer WhispererCommented:
when you say "disable" what do you mean?  you want to keep the mailbox but disallow sign on and use? or you want to remove the account from exchange?  I'm not sure which you mean.
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Addy NadiaExpertAuthor Commented:
Disable means.. i dont want AD account will be deleted.
I want his office365 mailbox get disabled
When i run the command suggested by alan in both article. Only disable the remote user mailbox from exchange.. ..that actual mailbox not deleted from office365. It still there

Hope you understand my issue this time

Once i disable the remote user mailbox from exchange.. then the same need to be replicated to office365..so that mailbox get disabled.
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Trenton KnewOwner / Computer WhispererCommented:
so, then... why does my solution not work?  Outside of semantics, if the user cannot access their mailbox, because all the access is turned off, is that not the same as disabling the account?

You can disable the sign in all together by going to portal.office.com, sign in, Users, Active Users, find user and double click, settings, Set sign-in status blocked
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Addy NadiaExpertAuthor Commented:
Ok.. i will check this through this option
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