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Office 365 is a group of software plus services subscriptions that provides productivity software and related services to its subscribers. Office 365 allows the use of Microsoft Office apps on Windows and OS X, provides storage space on Microsoft's cloud storage service OneDrive, and grants 60 Skype minutes per month. Office 365 includes e-mail and social networking services through hosted versions of Exchange Server, Skype for Business Server, SharePoint and Office Online, integration with Yammer, as well as access to the Office software. All of Office 365's components can be managed and configured through an online portal; users can be added manually, imported from a CSV file, or Office 365 can be set up for single sign-on with a local Active Directory using Active Directory Federation Services.

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Does the on premise version of office 365 have the same functionality to interact with office 365 as the version you can download as part of office 365 subscription?

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I have been asked to patch office 365 but the conventional way using SCCM cannot be used because the current version level is at SCCM 2012 R2 (1302) on 2008 R2 SP1 Standard. Active Directory is at 2003, I can’t upgrade SCCM to 1606 to support office 365 because of AD SCCM would fall out of support if we changed it.

I have been tasked with patching O365 I have a few suggestions but need some advice on achieving this

1: Set up a file share for the patching and use group policy. Really dont want to take this approach as its labour intensive.

2: Set a new instance of WSUS up on a 2012 server with WSUS ver 4.0 and deploy 365 patching from it only snag is I dont know if I can run SCCM client patching along side a separate instance of WSUS. Is this achievable or is there a better solution.

We aren’t using azure the o365 is static.

Any suggestions would be greatly received
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Let's say I've bought a domain called "mynicedomain.org"

Now I want to have a mail service. Let's say office 365 or gsuite so I can have an email address called "ben@mynicedomain.org"

Beyond that I want to buy a web hosting (like GoDaddy) service to serve "http://mynicedomain.org".

Maybe I also want an intranet service hosted by AWS virtual machine at "http://wwwin.mynicedomain.org".

Can this be accomplished? If so how it works? Who is going to be nameserver for my domain?
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I have installed Office 365 and it appears that I do not have Picture Manager.  How do I get it?
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We have a monitoring device that is wanting to send emails for alerts and is going to our SMTP server but is failing to be passed through. States "client does not have permission to send as this sender".  Would i have to put this into office 365 to pass through or would i have to set up permissions in AD?
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I have taken over looking after a customer who have an on-premise domain with mailboxes in Office 365. Users are synced using Azure AD Connect.

The problem I have encountered is that when anyone leaves, the customer converts the users mailbox to a shared mailbox. However, when they go to remove the user from the on-prem AD, the shared mailbox is soft-deleted the next time O365 synchronization occurs.

I have restored them to a newly created shared mailbox using Powershell connected to Exchange Online but can anyone share how they deal with keeping mailboxes of leavers? Is there a better method than restoring soft-deleted mailboxes?

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Hi guys

I have just been given resposebility of an old Exchange 2010 single node installation. Current patch level is 14.3 (Build 123.4) which is SP3 no CU´s

I want to upgrade it to the latest CU which is 17. Can i jump to 17 directly ? Or do i need to break it down into more steps ?

The guy who was responsible threw on only Windows patch and therefore also .Net 4.7 which is not compliant if i look at the compliance matrix. So i will take that off before i plan to upgrade to any CU

When i have upgraded i want to make a Hybrid configuration. From Microsofts documentation i read that this i easy like on Exchange 2013. Just that the configuration is done from the Exchange admin console on the cloud this downloading the migration tool to the on prem Exchange server and Executeing it from the on prem server. Anything i need to worry about on an Exchange 2010 Hybrid configuration ?
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We have a legacy software that does not support TLS so we relay the emails via an IIS relay that authenticates and send out via Office 365.

Emails to certain recipients are bouncing with the NDR 550 5.6.11 SMTPSEND.BareLinefeedsAreIllegal

This has just started recently about 2 months ago .

This Microsoft links explains why -

 What's a bare line feed in email messages?

Usually each line of characters in an email message ends with a carriage return followed by a line feed (CR LF). A bare line feed is a line feed (LF) character that is not immediately preceded by a carriage return (CR) character. In other words, instead of a line ending with CR LF, it ends with only LF.
This worked fine before, why did it stop working recently?

Until recently, Office 365 automatically removed bare line feed characters from mail to help it get delivered to recipients using older email servers that don’t support chunking and the BDAT command. The support for BDAT is required by the email industry standards referenced in RFC 1830. In an effort to better support security standards, like DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM), Office 365 no longer removes bare line feeds from messages. As a result, messages sent to users with older mail servers may be more likely to be rejected.
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Their suggestion is to make changes on the recipients server which is not possible so what can I do on our end to fix this?
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Is it necessary to uninstall and reinstall Office 365 each time an employee is terminated and their replacement takes their desk or can I run the installer over the old install to change the license over to the new users account?

I haven't seen any of these error out of stop working... should I expect to ?
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Hey Team

So, once you have migrated your user mailboxes to Office 365 (ExOL) but are still in hybrid mode due to applications using exchange on premises and AD on premises yet new mailboxes are created in exchange online, everyone’s outlook 2016 default  GAL  is still the Offline Global Address List. How do you go about changing everyone’s default GAL to reference the Online Global Address List?

Powershell commands? Group Policies?

Thanks in advance.
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Hello - My company uses Office365 for our email, and we want to add a second IP address to our main location(fail-over). The TXT record currently is:  'v=spf1 ip4:XXX.XX.XX.XXX include:spf.protection.outlook.com -all' . My question is, can I add another IP address in the DNS record for the second IP? Or should I create another TXT with the second IP address at the DNS host?


Thank you for your help!
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Using Hybrid remote move migration.

200+ mailboxes synced without erros. Have 10 left with this error:

Error: MigrationPermanentException:an error occurred while processing this item

The log is empty so no further help. What can I do?
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I am deploying local install of Office 365 using SCCM 2012.  I have packages for both Office 365 and my current Office 2010 that work, but I need to use a task sequence to have this complete successfully.  

The sequence is to run the uninstall of 2010 > restart > Install Office 365.  

The question I have is how to I get this Task Sequence to restart and when it starts to run the next step of the task sequence without have the user get the Ctrl + Alt + Del?
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We just bought annual plan for Office 365 Proplus and our major reason was to use Skype for Business which was included. I'm very new to Skype for Business. Below is what I've done so far:
1.      Created Office 365 users at the office.com portal and assigned licenses to them
2.      Initially used the default domain (abc.onmicrosoft.com) to create users
3.      Later created a custom domain for the company in the form of abc.com and made it default and changed the users to be @abc.com from previous @abc.onmicrosoft.com
4.      Installed Office 365 ProPlus on some client systems
5.      Created the 2 CNAME records required for Skype for Business at abc.com domain host
6.      Created the 2 SRV records required for Skype for Business at abc.com domain host
7.      Both the CNAME and SRV records created above are resolving properly at the DNS host when tested.
8.     When we launch Skype for Business client on our systems and try to sign-in, we get this error:  “Skype for Business couldn’t find a Skype for Business Server for abc.com…………………….”

The status of abc.com domain @ Office 365 Admin centre>domains is "Possible service issues" and further navigation gives the DNS errors below:
Incorrect DNS records
Any errors are highlighted below.
Nameservers used: ns1.thirdpartyhost.com, ns2.thirdpartyhost.com
If there are errors, correct the corresponding DNS records for abc.com at your DNS host.  (Not your DNS host?)
After correcting these records at your DNS host, refresh the page using the
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i have migrated to office 365 and exchange server has been off for a few months. is there a proper method for removing the exchange server from the domain? thanks
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We have recently updated our Domain to work with Azure AD. We would like to utilize this service to be able to have our users change one password which it does with using Office 365. The other thing we would like to do is be able to pass the login information from the domain and use that in Outlook and Skype for Business vs having the user have to type their new password in each time there is a password change.

I have hit a dead end road with this as I have turned on Pass through authentication and Seamless Single Sign on on in Azure AD.

Any help would be appreciated!
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brand new hp computer.   We have office 2010 which we use.  the new one came with office 365   We never used this and I have to get rid of it since its having problems when we run excel.  Tried to remove it at control panel devices and programs, but wont remove.
we have office 2010 programs set as default applications.

why can i not remove this.   Never had trouble removing it before.   Says cannot connect and other errors come up also.

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We migrated this summer for Exchange on site to Office 365 and moved up to Outlook 2013. Working pretty good but for a few users emails that hit the inbox are moved to folders and then they disappear. No filters are applied, we've turned cacheing on and off and as you can see from the screenshot properties/syncronization the system sees there should be 5 items on the server (there is) and in the offline folder (we don't see them).

Been banging my head on this for a month and I'm out of ideas. I've moved the sub-folders around from root to below inbox and it's only a handful of folders. Renamed them, recreated them...those emails do not want show up in Outlook 2013 but are 100% there in the web interface!
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Not all emails show in Outlook 2013 but are in respective folders in Office 365.

We migrated this summer for Exchange on site to Office 365 and moved up to Outlook 2013. Working pretty good but for a few users emails that hit the inbox are moved to folders and then they disappear. No filters are applied, we've turned cacheing on and off and as you can see from the screenshot properties/syncronization the system sees there should be 5 items on the server (there is) and in the offline folder (we don't see them).

Been banging my head on this for a month and I'm out of ideas. I've moved the sub-folders around from root to below inbox and it's only a handful of folders. Renamed them, recreated them...those emails do not want show up in Outlook 2013 but are 100% there in the web interface!screenshot of outlook 2013 and missing emails
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Her calendar is a big reference point for her, but everything beyond a year has been archived.  Is there a way to have more of the calendar available? how can I roll back the archiving policy to say 3 years back and instantly restore the previously archived data.
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We are using office 365/email and we created a new contact  today in her cell phone contacts that is not syncing with her outlook contacts.  Other contacts from her phone have synced with outlook. Have can I fixed this and what could have caused this one contact from syching?
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HI

A site with 10 users and one server. We are considering either Windows Standard with Exchange on-site or Windows Essential with Office 365 in the cloud. I assume the former means more local IT resources, the latter is cloud-based so suitable for small businesses?

Also, I assume Exchange won't run on Windows Essential Server!

Which is the best way forward?
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We have Office 365 in a hybrid environment with an on-prem Exchange server. I would like to make the Archive Folder available to employees if they are using the Outlook 2016 client, but disable the Archive folder if they are accessing mail remotely through Outlook Web Access. Is this even possible? A way to disable both would be OK as well. I want Office 365 to continue to store the mail, but just not make the archive available to the employee unless there is a need. So....for example, after 90 days, messages get sent to Archive and they are still associated with the employees mailbox, but not where they can readily see the folder under their mailbox.

Hope this makes sense. Thanks!
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I'm looking for a URL to download Office 2016 Professional Plus (from the Volume License Service Center).

A customer has provided me with an Office 2016 Professional Plus Volume License Service Center activation key and needs this product installed on several computers.

The problem is that while I have been able to download and install Office 2016 Professional Plus from the Microsoft website when I try to activate it using this VLSC product number activation key I receive the error message shown in the screenshot "This product key is for the volume-licensed version of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016, which isn't currently installed. To use this product key, contact your administrator." (see the screenshot--The product key has been whited out).

So please provide me with a URL address of where I can download the Office 2016 Professional Plus (from the Volume License Service Center).

A non Microsoft URL will be fine.

OFFICE-2016-ACTIVATION-ERROR
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I have Windows 7 and Outlook Office 365. I've been able to write a document in Word and save as a pdf and upload to OneDrive.
But when I go to my OneDrive, I can find the pdf, but can't find the URL. I need the URL in order to post a link on Twitter so my followers can see the pdf article.
How do I find the URL?
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Office 365

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Office 365 is a group of software plus services subscriptions that provides productivity software and related services to its subscribers. Office 365 allows the use of Microsoft Office apps on Windows and OS X, provides storage space on Microsoft's cloud storage service OneDrive, and grants 60 Skype minutes per month. Office 365 includes e-mail and social networking services through hosted versions of Exchange Server, Skype for Business Server, SharePoint and Office Online, integration with Yammer, as well as access to the Office software. All of Office 365's components can be managed and configured through an online portal; users can be added manually, imported from a CSV file, or Office 365 can be set up for single sign-on with a local Active Directory using Active Directory Federation Services.

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