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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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I have some little issues in my task.

I have 50 users and those are hosted on On premise Exchange Server. and other 50 users have migrated On premise exchange server 2016 to office 365.
Those uses are migrated on office 365 when they were on on-premise exchange server then they have some membership of some groups (groups are hosted on On-premise exchange server) and some policies i have created on On-premise Exchange server which are applied when they were on On-premises Exchange Server 2016. Now my question is when my 50 users are migrated on office 365. still policies and membership will be available  even they are migrated? Distribution groups and policies can be migrate also?
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Hi,
Sorry if this has been asked before but i want to know the process for email encryption.
I have an email cert from Comodo which is installed on my Mac (using Outlook 2011 / Office 365), i believe that the recipient needs to have a certificate too? What sort of certificate do they need and how do we exchange our certificates in the first place?
Sorry if this is a dumb question but i really dont know the process for this?
Any help would be gratefully received.
Thanks,
Andrew
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A director would like his PA to deal with all external emails that are address to only him and no one else in the company is a recipient.

Is there a way I can route these emails to his PA and not have them arrive in his inbox?
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Hi ,
I am not able to  connect the oracle databse through excel 2016. it was working fine when i use the excel 2010.

What driver need to update for excel 2016 ?
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I need help with the middle portion of this script...

"""foreach ($Man in $managerusers2)
    {
    $managerusers = $managerusers + Get-ADUser $Man -Properties * | Select-Object samaccountname, mail
    }"""

I have a group called "Test_Department_Manager" and in the group I have a few managers. I need to send an email to them that list each employee that they are a direct report for and who has access to their employees mailbox..
Import-module activedirectory
Import-Module MSOnline

$Username = "user@domain.com"
$Password = ConvertTo-SecureString Password97 -AsPlainText -Force

$LiveCred = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential $Username, $Password
$senderemail="user@domain.com"
$subject="Your Direct Reports and Permission"

$managerusers2=Get-ADGroupMember -identity "Test_Department_Manager"



foreach ($Man in $managerusers2)
    {
    $managerusers = $managerusers + Get-ADUser $Man -Properties * | Select-Object samaccountname, mail
    }




Foreach ($manager in $managerusers)
 {
	# Find all direct user reporting to manager	
	
	$directreportusers=Get-ADUser -Identity test_director -Properties directreports | Select-Object -ExpandProperty directreports |  Get-ADUser -Properties mail |  Select-Object SamAccountName, mail
	
	#$directreportusers=Get-ADDirectReports -Identity $manager.SamAccountName
	
	$manageremail=$manager.mail
	
	Foreach ($user in $directreportusers)
		{
		
		$Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange 

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Ran into an issue on one of our computers.  

Go into the O365 portal and click install
Instructions pop telling me to click RUN
However, the RUN option never shows up at the bottom of the page

I have local admin rights, I've added the portal to trusted sites, and turned off the pop up blocker.

Not sure what is preventing the options from showing up.
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Hi
I am installing AFDS on our Active Directory server is Windows 2012 for migrating our exchange server 2007 to office 365 through the Hybrid deployment.
I would like to procure a third party SSL certificate on this ADFS server. As per the link below under Create the SSL Certificate Request (CSR) – Point 8 it says Fill out the certificate request properties.
https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/canitpro/2015/09/11/step-by-step-setting-up-ad-fs-and-enabling-single-sign-on-to-office-365/

“Make sure that the common name matches what you plan to call the AD FS server farm”

Not sure what would be the common name needs to be put in here. Please suggest and let me know if you need any further information.
Thanks in advance.
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Hello,

I have added a secondary admin account for My Sites (OneDrive for Business) in SharePoint Online / Office 365.
I need this account to be able to see and sync the files from another user account.
So I have enabled the secondary admin role but I am not able to see the user's files nor editing the library permissions logged in as the secondary administrator.
I guess that enabling the secondary admin only applies for newly created accounts ?
Do you know how I could apply the secondary admin right to an older user account in SharePoint Online ?
(in a simple / manual process).

Thank you.
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Hi

Our Active Directory  server is Windows 2012 and I am working on migrating our exchange server 2007 to office 365 through the Hybrid deployment .

I would like to install the ADFS on our Active directory sever .

Firstly If i have to install ADFS role , please let me know if i need to install the Active directory certificate services on the active directory server prior to installing the ADFS.

Secondly , i am planning to procure the SSL certificate from Trustico to install on the ADFS server,
Will i be able to  generate the certificate request CSR file on the ADFs server and send it to  Trustico to issue a signed certificate?

Or do i need to install the Active directory certificate services on the AD server and generate CSR and then send to Trustico.

I am doing this  migration for first time , Please correct  where required and let me know how to go about.

Thanks in advance.
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I have been asked to reintroduce a local Exchange 2016 server to an environment that has already completed a cutover migration. All mailboxes are in the cloud and all local Exchange servers were decommissioned. They now regret giving up the Exchange management console for the simplicity of added an email alias or choosing to add/remove users from the GAL. They have Azure ADConnect in place for same sign on, so all changes must be made in local AD using the Attribute tab of the properties dialogue in AD Users & Computers. It is doable, but not exactly user friendly. Has anyone done this? I am not finding any information.
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Currently just started migrating on-premise mailboxes from Exchange 2010 SP3 to O365 Exchange. When I migrates my first mailbox which was a little over 8GB everything seemed to go smoothly. Now I'm migrating my 2nd and 3rd mailbox and both seemed to have stalled and are right at the 24 hour mark at 86% so far. I'm using the "Remote move migration" from the Exchange console and the second mailbox that is having issues with I tried with PowerShell and is stalled at 25%.

The output from PS is: Relinquishing job because DataReplicationConstraint has not been satisfied for a while (agent CI). The job will attempt to continue again when DataReplicationConstraint is satisfied.

Anyone run into this issue? It would seem to me this is on Microsoft's side but they claim they don't see any issues but are going to call me back tomorrow after running some test.
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Experts,

I was doing light reading on this subject. I don't own it yet. If I tag a file as confidential with AIP and intend to share it with a friend, would that would mean that my friend would have to have an O365 account?
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I'm using GC c:\input.txt | % {Set-Mailbox $_ -LitigationHoldEnabled $true}

I have 2 test users in the text file. The 2nd one is enabled. But the 1st generates an error:
The operation couldn't be performed because object 'o365.testuser2@xxxx       ' couldn't be found on
'CY1PR15A003DC03.NAMPR15A003.PROD.OUTLOOK.COM'.

Thanks
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Hey guys,
I have a client who is using Office 365 SharePoint online.  They want to know if there is a way to see who currently has a file open.  I have reached out to Microsoft Support about this and Microsoft themselves does not have a solution for this, but I was given some third party tools to try, but they did not seem to help.  I am wondering if anyone here has any ideas.  Thanks
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In Office 365 - Sharepoint online is there a way to deny SharePoint Administrator and Global Administrator access to a site collection?
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I have a network which runs exchange 2013. I plan to move this to Office 365 hybrid mode so all users can be setup and controlled from on prem with all mailboxes in the cloud. I have another business on a completely independent network also running exchange 2013 also separate domain. I want the two sites to benefit from a single O365 tenancy so share files, have a single GAL available to both, one yammer etc.

Is this even possible or how are companies managing these type of deployments. Hope to hear from someone who has been down this road, thanks!
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Hi

We are going to migrate the email address over to the new company because of acquisitions . How to use office 365 migration tool to migrate mailbox from existing company A to new company B.

Thanks
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I have an owner of a distribution group, however when they try to add members they get the message to say that they do not have permissions do so.

This is an Office 365 solution, pure cloud so no on site servers or AD.

Is there a Powershell script to resolve this or any solution? Tried removing and adding, no joy.

Thanks

John
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Hi,

Setting up office 365 for a hybrid migration
Mail is to go through the on premise and get filtered through our firewall and mail appliance onsite.

I am a bit confused about the TXT and MX record and don't want to change anything yet until I am sure.
for now, what we have on O365  



      

MX      0      @      OURDOMAIN-com.mail.protection.outlook.com      1 Hour

TXT      -      @      v=spf1 include:spf.protection.outlook.com -all      1 Hour

CNAME      -      autodiscover      autodiscover.outlook.com      1 Hour



on our external DNS



domian.com.              3600      IN      MX      20 mx2.domain.com.
domian.com.            3600      IN      MX      10 mx1.domain.com.
domian.com.              3600      IN      TXT      "MS=ms########"




What do I need to change to get through the hybrid wizard to create the proper connectors to forward mail to On-premise mail server ?

thx in advance
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Run into this issue where one of our users is listed in our local exchange as a contact but should be a under mailbox user and be office 365 mailbox.
 background:
We have office 365 synced with local AD. Have local exchange for mostly management . We have no local mailbox stores..
This one user is listed under contacts as a mail user but he is syncing with o365 no problem.

Any ideas how I can get this converted to o365 tag locally?
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So we have a support account, support@domain.com.
This being the domain within an On prem AD synched to Office 365.

Recently we purchased another company of which have a support address.

We have their domain incorporated in Office 365 and can add smtp addresses as aliases in attributes.

However I need an account support@newdomain.com.
AD will not let me create as complains about same username.

And this support address then needs forwarded to a ticketing system and when I create a rule in exchange, the system obviously cannot find the support@newdomain.com.

there must be a way to create this
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2017-09-20-13.01.07.pngEarly adopters of Apple iOS 11 are unable to send Microsoft-provided email using the native Mail app.

So I would hold off upgrade if this is important to you!

It affects Outlook.com, Office 365 and Exchange 2016 running on Windows Server 2016. Many businesses rely on Exchange and Office 365 for email.

Whoops.....Too late!
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by:Brian Matis
Gotta wonder how this ended up happening... iOS 11 was in beta for plenty of time...

Just did some quick checking and MacRumors is saying that there were bug reports on this during the beta:
https://www.macrumors.com/2017/09/20/apple-microsoft-email-server-issue-mail-app-ios-11/

Looks like Microsoft has some workarounds too. Either using Outlook for iOS client or disabling HTTP/2 in Windows Server 2016.
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Windows Server 2016 has been a PITA as well as Exchange Server 2016!
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We have Exchange 2010 and setting up hybrid to move all mailboxes and PFs to O365. After that is done can the autodiscover record be pointed to O365 so Outlook clients detect the new server and connect directly and the also change MX record to O365 for incoming mail to go directly to O365? At that point local Exchange would be shut down to make sure there is no email flow, free/busy, etc, dependency and then later on uninstalled. I know this may not be the Microsoft supported way but we are OK managing Exchange attributes via ADSI
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Hi

I am working on office migrating exchange 2007 to O365 and the staged migration document says:
The on-premises user account that you use to connect to your on-premises Exchange organization (also called the migration administrator) must have the necessary permissions to access the on-premises mailboxes that you want to migrate to Office 365.  This user account is used when you Connect Office 365 to your email system later in this procedure.

4. To migrate the mailboxes, the admin must have one of the following permission sets:
Be assigned the FullAccess permission for each on-premises mailbox and be assigned the Write Property permission to modify the TargetAddress property on the on-premises user accounts.

I have now created and migrationadmin user account  and he is member of the domain administrator group. To assign  FullAccess permission for each on-premises mailbox- I right click  the users mailboxes- Manage Full Access Permission- Add the migrationadmin and click manage- Finish,

But not sure how to assign  Write Property permission to the "migrationadmin"  so that he can have the required permissions to migrate users mailboxes to O365 .

Any help would be great. Thanks
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One of my users accidentally deleted 2 items in a sharepoint document library, when he tried to restore them in sharepoint recycle bin he gets a correlation ID. We tried to restore older deleted items and got getting the same error newly deleted items seem to work though when restoring it.

NOTE:
Tried to use different computer and browsers
Sharepoint library is not synced in onedrive so I can't restore it from the local recycle bin

Is there a powershell comand that can restore these items?
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Office 365

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Solutions

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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.