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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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can we re-route email sent to a  distribution group to another  shared mail box email address in office 365
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If I have an O365 account that is either cloud or AD synced that had an assigned mailbox, can I convert it to shared and then I in assign the Exchange license and then delete the account without affecting the now shared mailbox?
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we have on premise AD and users are synced through AAD sync.
we have mailboxes in office 365, there is no exchange on premise servers

we have ADFS server as well

we have Airwatch configured on I phone. I just wanted to know how mail flow works through office 365 in Airwatch app on phone

what is the authentication flow for mobile mail.

like how Airwatch talks to office 365 and gets email on phone

I just need simple explanation

1) we need to have Airwatch account in office 365 after that how AD and 365 works?
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I have an Exchange 2010 hybrid environment. We use Office 365 for our mail now, but keep the hybrid environment as we manage users, etc on-premise and do some SMTP relaying against the hybrid server. I'm to the point where I want to remove the old Exchange server from the environment and have the hybrid Exchange server do all of the work. I have a link from MS that talks about how to do this. However, when I looked at the link in depth, it's really about removing the hybrid environment, which is NOT what I want to do.

Ultimately I want to remove the old original Exchange server and be left with the hybrid one that the consultant set up. Is this as simple as just removing an Exchange server from the environment where it's not the last Exchange server?  If so, does someone have a link to some good documentation on this?
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In the Microsoft article covering implenting DMARC for Office 365 (here) the section about setting up a monitoring record states:

"Start with a simple monitoring-mode record for a sub-domain or domain that requests that DMARC receivers send you statistics about messages that they see using that domain. A monitoring-mode record is a DMARC TXT record that has its policy set to none (p=none)....

...You can easily see how much of your legitimate traffic is or isn't covered by them, and troubleshoot any problems. You'll also begin to see how many fraudulent messages are being sent, and from where."

But nowhere does it say how you would see these reports?  Do they bounce back to the original sender?  Is there somewhere in O365 admin these can be viewed?

Thanks,
-Rich
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A user have two .onmicrosoft.com aliases and I would like to remove one of them. Is that possible?
I think I have managed to do it before, but I am not sure.

Set-MsolDirSyncEnabled -EnableDirSync $false

Waited some Hours then...

Set-Mailbox asdasd.asdas@asdaasdasd.com -EmailAddresses @{remove="yyxyxc@erwercvcv.onmicrosoft.com "}
"WARNING: The command completed successfully but no settings of '<user name>' have been modified."

It was not possible to remove this onmicrosoft.com address?
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Can anyone provide some links to documentation that describes the technical differences between Power BI Pro vs. Premium?

For example, I have come to learn that Premium allows unlimited embed codes. Any 'capacity' items like that and/or anything else that will provide me a better understanding of Premium is what I am seeking to learn.

Thank you in advance for your help.
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We incorrectly enabled an Archive mailbox for a cloud user, we are in a hybrid setup.  It was enabled via O365 portal and not on-prem as a hosted Archive Service first.

Now when we try to disable it online, we have to Disable In-Place Archive and get this error:

Exchange cant disable the mailbox <mailboxname> because it is on in-place hold. ComplianceTagHolderApplied: false, DelayHoldApplied: false, OrganizationalPolicies Applied: mbxjkldjlky539sm4kje3ds42jh509so8dlk3:2, UserPolicies Applied: . For more information, please see the powershell cmdlets, Get-OrganizationConfig <> | fl inplace*, and Get-Mailbox <> | FL

Get-Mailbox <mailboxname> | FL *archive*
ArchiveDatabase             : NAMPR03HSD34-db099
ArchiveGuid                 : 65d78ae3-dc7b-61e9-475b-97ad31a8f74d
ArchiveName                 : {}
JournalArchiveAddress       :
ArchiveQuota                : 110 GB (118,111,600,640 bytes)
ArchiveWarningQuota         : 100 GB (107,374,182,400 bytes)
ArchiveDomain               :
ArchiveStatus               : Active
ArchiveState                : Local
AutoExpandingArchiveEnabled : True
DisabledArchiveDatabase     :
DisabledArchiveGuid         : 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
ArchiveRelease              :

Ive tried to disable the hosted archive on prem, then synced to the cloud, even tried clearing the msExchArchiveStatus attribute and syncing... We just cant seem to revert this so that we can enable it the right way, via Exchange On-Prem.
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What program can modify business cards so that they can be imported into Outlook 365, with a desired format?
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i have a user that set her work O365 Outlook Web Access (OWA) mailbox to forward to her person mail (gmail, yahoo, etc...). IT Security has asked me to find the log that shows she changed her O365 OWA mail to forward to her online personal email. She did this quite a while ago.

How can i see that audit trail/log and show the Security dept that she did in fact make that change/set her work email to forward to personal email?
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I need to setup MFA for Office365.   The issue I am running into is that we have a department where they are discouraged from having personal phones at their desk during the day, they use a shared extension so calls ring on everyone's phone and some of them move between a few different locations.   Because of this I don't want to use SMS or call back options.   It also means I can not install apps on a cell phone for authentication.  

Has anyone setup on the local computers a software token system to connect to Office365?
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I have an Exchange 2010 hybrid environment. We use Office 365 for our mail now, but keep the hybrid environment as we manage users, etc on-premise and do some SMTP relaying against the hybrid server. I'm to the point where I want to remove the old Exchange server from the environment and have the hybrid server do all of the work. I have a link from MS that talks about how to do this. But I have some concerns. For example, if I look at my Exchange server I have all of the pieces parts like Organization, Server, etc to make it work. If I look at the hybrid server, I do not have all of those parts in the Exchange management console. On the hybrid server I see the Org Config object, but not the server one. I am concerned if these missing parts will appear once I go thru the process of removing the original Exchange server.
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Hello,

There was a message on my Windows 10 computer asking something like do you want Microsoft/Office 365 to manage this device and I clicked yes.

Since then, every email I receive in my Outlook I see two popups at my lower right.  Please see the attached.  

The one in the screenshot is new.  Please advise how to turn it off.

Thanks.
unwanted-Outlook-message.png
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A client email address seems to be sending out emails to clients asking for bank account changes etc.

The client is on a laptop using all the AVG products plus a a/v provided by solar winds.

Two clients have gotten these emails one that was not specific and one that asked for the exact invoice
that was due.

Sent items on a computer and in owa don't show that email being sent but I have message id's when I do an office 365 search
showing that they have been sent.

Below is the message headers...

Was this done via powershell or did the account get hacked?  I only see one reference to http
and I see this Transport-CrossTenantHeadersStripped:  part which I don't understand...

Both are office365 clients

I can generally figure these things out but the client has had the password changed and is running those software suites which while
not the best,  do pick up some bad activities.  

Anyway we are trying to sniff out this in the right direction and would love to be told what I am reading wrong or where I should be looking

Thank you



Received: from BL2P131MB0002.NAMP131.PROD.OUTLOOK.COM (2603:10b6:208:71::29)
by BL2P131MB0001.NAMP131.PROD.OUTLOOK.COM with HTTPS via
BL0PR01CA0016.PROD.EXCHANGELABS.COM; Thu, 4 Apr 2019 16:33:35 +0000
Received: from BN6P131CA0004.NAMP131.PROD.OUTLOOK.COM (2603:10b6:423:5f::18)
by BL2P131MB0002.NAMP131.PROD.OUTLOOK.COM (2603:10b6:221:22::21) with
Microsoft SMTP Server (version=TLS1_2,
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Hello,

We are looking for a way to migrate a part of our users to a new O365 tenant with the least possible downtime.
Currently we have about 250 of the 600 users that we want to migrate to a seperate tenant.
All users will stay in the same domain.

Current situation:

1 tenant
1 domain
AD Connect
S4B Enterprise
ADFS (will be replaced by SSSO on new tenant)

To be migrated:
Mailboxes
Onedrive
Teams (incl. conversations)
Sharepoint
Resources (meeting rooms)
Calendars
S4B

The to be migrated users have a different UPN and email address.
We could setup a second AD Connect and filter on UPN, but I'm wondering if all the above can be done with no downtime and if this would cause issues later on.
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Realized we can't send out from an alias email address using Office 365 / Online Exchange. Well, we can choose to do so but external recipients see our primary SMTP address. I made the alias primary SMTP and waited a bit but same thing. I then removed the alias and created a Shared Mailbox with the alias as the primary SMTP and waited a bit but surprisingly external recipients still saw the primary SMTP from our "main" account.

For example, I removed smtp:me@aliasdomain.com from my user / email account and created a shared mailbox with me@aliasdomain.com as the primary SMTP email address. I received a UPN error when trying this so I simply changed the display name on the shared mailbox to "Me Alias Domain" from just "Me" (which matched my primary account). That worked to create the shared mailbox and the me@aliasdomain email address could be typed into Outlook and used to send an email. Internal recipients saw the alias domain but external recipients saw the primary domain email address.

Any ideas how to send out from Office 365 using an alias without a third-party tool are much appreciated.
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I have to renew our asacert1 certificate on our Domain Controller and I'm sort of remembering that I had to do this for our onsite Exchange and Lync servers.  Since then, we've migrated to O365 for both.  Our email is in a hybrid setup but all mailboxes are now in the cloud.  Do I still need to renew the asacert1?
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Hi,

In Outlook version MS O365 Pro Plus is there a way to export like these fields: From, To in  a CSV or Excel file?

Thanks
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Can anyone tell me where to look in Office365 with a user running Outlook 2016 with no email rules setup where a setting may lie where all incoming mail is going to her deleted folder?
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We are trying to enable encryption on a clients Office365 tenant, but I am running into a wall that MS support have been able to help with. When trying to configure the mail flow rule to encrypt external email, there is no RMS template in the dropdown menu to select them. Azure Information Protection has already been enabled (so the old OME settings will not work), but the section for changing the RMS templates is not where the article that MS sent me said it would be. Does anyone know how to add an RMS template to the tenant?

No RMS in the rule settings
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Hi

I have a AD network with on Prem exchange.

A sister company wants us to start using Skype with our on prem email addresses.

Now i understand i just need to create a microsoft account using the on prem email address and have tested this for an individual users but im not sure how to do this on mass for 200 users.

All help would be appreciated.

thanks
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Hi,


Can I connect on my Android phone or Tablet an O365 shared mailbox? If yes can I send from that sharedmailbox too?

Thanks
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Hi,

In this doc from MS it says for O365 mailbox:

Exchange ActiveSync device limit The maximum number of Exchange ActiveSync devices per mailbox = 100

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/servicedescriptions/exchange-online-service-description/exchange-online-limits#exchange-activesync-limits

Does it mean 100 tablets, Android phones or Iphones can be used at the same time? Like if all 100 devices send or sync emails at the same does it suppose to work?

I doubt because I have less than that and some users says some time they can't send and have to try many times.

What is the real limit of number of simultaneous connections?

Also 100 limit does it include other connections too or just activesync?


Thanks
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Hello,

I am using .net, 4.6.1 MVC web application to have the user login into external authentication (Office 365 for now). I am able to sign-in but unable to set the claims and my Request.IsAuthenticated is always false.

Unable to hit this code.
Provider = new MicrosoftAccountAuthenticationProvider
                {
                    OnAuthenticated = async context =>
                    {
..
..
}

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Please advice.

Thanks.
AccountController.txt
Startup.txt
Login.txt
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Office 365 users gets error code 5.1.11 bounce back emails randomly.
Status code: 550 5.1.11

The recipient email address is a LegacyExchangeDN address, which isn’t used by the Office 365 service. You might see this error if you’ve migrated your organization’s email from on-premises to the cloud, or if your organization has a hybrid configuration and you synchronize your on-premises directory with Office 365. If clearing the recipient Auto-Complete List from the user’s Outlook or Outlook on the web doesn’t solve the problem, try to clear the related LegacyExchangeDN address from your on-premises Active Directory. Then synchronize the directory again.

Did removed auto-complete entry several times and still has issues.

Why this is happening and what is the fix?
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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.