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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 currently use both of these utilities in different capacities.  I primarily use DropBox for sharing files among team members.  The problem with that is that when you open a device that does not have a shared file it automatically downloads it onto the new device.  While space is not an issue, we do have a limited data plan for our Verizon jet packs and this can eat it up because sometimes it is a folder with hundreds of images that are being shared.  It is my understanding that this will NOT happen with Office 365.  Does anyone know if I am correct?  Also, DropBox recently came out with something called Smart Sync, which looks affordable and may provide the same functionality...that is, it doesn't sync to an individual PC unless it is asked to.  Does anyone know if I am correct on that?
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Hi experts,
We are about to deploy Exchange Online using Outlook ProPlus.
What is the difference between focused inbox vs clutter feature?
And is it really necessary?
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Using Office 365 to send to recipients from our domain.  It appears one recipient has changed their domain to reject non matching SPF records.  Received this NDR:

recipientmailserver.com rejected your message to the following email addresses:
Recipient (recipient@recipientdomain2.com)
Your message wasn't delivered because the recipient's email provider rejected it.
recipientmailserver.com gave this error:
Invalid SPF Record; Contact your local email administrator to resolve the issue.




Diagnostic information for administrators:
Generating server: DM5PR1201MB0090.namprd12.prod.outlook.com
recipient@recipientdomain2.com
recipientmailserver.com
Remote Server returned '550 5.7.0 Invalid SPF Record; Contact your local email administrator to resolve the issue.'
Original message headers:
ARC-Seal: i=1; a=rsa-sha256; s=arcselector9901; d=microsoft.com; cv=none;
 b=LE2wpgPFaGJtKHo+NlrfwuJMVkrHFOuOHSE657xyDbKtLEjjSsBxXU8ASmH4+lvXZ6NziGOebhyzc01S5+2h8qc2pJSddAxDoRBpDjLbp1lJdGyhVHjxasqcZJslVBSRG12brkZwbCXcAybY77PBJT7GyG5nYsLoOGYNuSD0SGB7T5OUUfm7yBvKqiGYSHHxzMeFo1zcaVnwn960URbFrClpGcz1nwmhtjAFXwZsA5LSO+w1Pij8zIXEaDFIQMeE8lELZ62L+KPnU3Hbk3JT83B+uFTHijTwKY5T873DiIkgOYOE/F0lGma9MTDQV30xXp/ML6qGwLpn/hNUPf3VeA==
ARC-Message-Signature: i=1; a=rsa-sha256; c=relaxed/relaxed; d=microsoft.com;
 s=arcselector9901;
 h=From:Date:Subject:Message-ID:Content-Type:MIME-Version:X-MS-Exchange-SenderADCheck;
 bh=snYS1hA+T5IMnXx86tPEkzJIEJUcNCynIO9yzOQNc0M=;
 …
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Team, need you help in below:

I want to restrict emails being sent from our internal sender within internal enviornment or external domain that matches certain criteria.

The criteria is: ANy email with attachment where the attachment has any matching properties (basically we are testing Azure Information Protection labels. so any email with a specific label) should not be blocked from going outside and should be blocked even from sending it to other user of the same domain.


So, I have created a rule (attached   Rule for attachmentpic) but it does not seem to work
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When sharing a calendar in Outlook 2016 we do not get the same options for each calendar. The permissions options are not the same. Any bright ideas why?
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How does 2 Factor Authentication work, exactly, for Office 365?  We are interested in possibly implementing it - but we don't want users to have to CONSTANTLY re-authenticate, either.  And are there control options for how it works - or is it Microsoft-controlled?

Thank you
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I have migrated all my users to Office 365.
We use regional Distributions groups that have query based distribution groups nested in them.

The User and Distribution Groups are members of a group that are then synced to the cloud. The problem is when users send to the Distribution Groups, the emails doesnt expand out to the people in the nested query based distribution groups.

Anyone have any ideas? Thanks.
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Hello experts - I'm looking for some advice on how to handle application deployment and updates.  I work for a small architectural company that is growing fast.  I've been able to manually deploy software for the last few years but we're set to grow even faster in 2020 so I need to get away from this.  I'm looking for a solution that will allow me to easily deploy new applications and application updates from a centrally managed location.  I have a total of three offices with approximately 100 staff.  We use standard design tools like the Autodesk architectural suite, Bluebeam, Adobe products, Lumion, Sketchup, and soon Office 365.  The Autodesk deployments give me the most trouble since it is a very large install that takes me 5-6 hours to remove the older version and get the latest installed and patched.  I'd very much appreciate any recommendations on ways to get away from manually deploying all of this each year!
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I'm trying to figure out which user we should use for Skype videoconferencing in out meeting and conference rooms.  All users have an Office 365 business premium account.  Note: We're not using roaming profile on the AD network.  

When a user send a Skype meeting invitation, then days later he'll go in the meeting room where our Atlona SW-510W is used with a Yamaha video camera and speaker and mic bar on the wall.  The PC is connected to the TV.

The user will use the PC that is already in the meeting room, not his laptop most of the time.  

This PC has a default user (the name of the meeting room.

If the user uses the default user (it's easier he doesn't have to login, find icons and everything and office 365 is already activated but not with the user account but with the meeting room account (which is a full o365 account not a equipment account)  Most users are trying to find the reunion, not realizing (even if they should know we have told them but some will forget, or they're in a hurry and so on) they have to login on o365 with their own users.

And most of the time they don't have much time.  

So I think it would be easier if each user would use their own account.  But they will have to activate O365, and O365 cannot be activated on more than 5 PC.  If they visit 20 meeting rooms in a year I don't think they can activate as many O365 on different PCs

QUESTION: what is the most commun way to use skype or any other conferencing tool in a meeting or …
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I'm on Office 365 Outlook and my domain hosted by GoDaddy.  Not sure that comes into play though.

I have multiple accounts in my Outlook email client.  All of a sudden out of nowhere about a week ago, when I delete an email in one of the mailboxes, nothing happens.  It just stays there.   If I click out of the mailbox and back into the mailbox it's gone.  It used to just delete right on the spot.

All my other accounts - Comcast, Hotmail etc. are deleting just fine as I click the delete button.  If I use the 'delete' key on keyboard nothing happens as well.

So something happened to this one account and I can't figure out how to fix it.

Any help is much appreciated!!!
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I have a user that has a shared mailbox setup within his O365 portal with a different domain than his O365 default.   He would like to add that domain to his phone as an email account.  I think I know the answer to this but in order for him to to add this shared mailbox as an actual email account to his phone, he would need to purchase a license and convert the shared box to an actual email box in O365.   Can someone confirm this and let me know how much it is to do this?
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Hi

We have Windows 2012 Domain Controllers and windows 10 workstations on our network. We have gone with 0365 and we are going to use SharePoint online and our active directory gets synced with Azure AD.
We have 100 staff and I would like to create a security group called “All Staff group” and would like to give permissions to this group to access the resources.
Firstly, do I need to create a Universal -Security group OR Global- Security group?
Secondly, after creating this group, do I need to add all the 100 staff to this group?
Thirdly, do i need to add any values in the attributes?

Any tutorials  and help much appreciated.
Thanks
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I have a customer that is using a very, very slow internet connection and uses desktop Outlook 2013 in conjunction with Office 365. Her Outlook gets stuck "Updating Inbox" with something that is 4GB. In her desktop Outlook 2013 I can easliy sort by message size but it down't really help me to do it there. I need to be able to sort her inbox in the Outlook 365 Web to see which email is choking her. Office 365 Outlook Web doesn't have many view options. Can it be sorted by size?
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If I setup a retention policy in SharePoint that moves all files in a folder to archive after 5 years, what would happen if I deleted a file in that folder prior to those 5 years ending?  Would there be a warning message or would it deny me from deleting it?  Can I set it to prevent deletion during the retention period?
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Outlook 2016 (connecting to Exchange Online) is slow to send emails.  Emails I create and send will sit for a good minute, before finishing and disappearing off the screen.  I thought it was my older computer, so I upgraded to a new machine, and its still the same.  Looking for some help.
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One of our clients currently uses Edgewave (No idea what it is never worked with it).  I believe this is some form of spam filtering.   He is moving to O365 and wants to know if he still needs it.  Does this work with it?  OR can he scrap it?  It will cost him 8000$ to renew.  He needs to renew by Wed.  Anyone have experience with it?

I need to get him an answer asap.
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Is there a way to remove "Groups" from the ribbon bar in Outlook 2016 through Group policy or other means?

Here is an image, which I can manually remove:
https://imgur.com/a/b4TxKFs
https://imgur.com/a/LTJe02y
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Hi experts,
We are about to move our users to Office 365 and my company is struggling the best solution to control users to ensure all users that are only allowed to our production tenant are from from trusted locations only. We use a proxy solution - ZScaler but the challenge with them they have trusted IP ranges we currently use in our conditional access policy BUT they are all the same trusted IPs used for all their customers (nothing dedicated for our company). Plus we can't use certificates to enroll our machines to Azure to use Intune policies due to infrastructure limitations.

Any ideas? just curious how you protect your environment ensuring your users logging into your tenant are indeed 'trusted'.
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I have a Windows Server 2016 Standard Server with a domain with local machines. I would like to integrate this server with existing Office365 users and Azure servers for email and single sign on. Is it better to use the Essentials Office365 integration or the Azure active Directory integration or the AADConnect?
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I had an email address that had a forward on it.  It has worked up to this week.  I went into the admin portal for office 365 and I see the message attached.  Why did this come or become a problem now and not before this week?  The forward has been on and working for the last 2 years.  
I have done what the message says and now it does work.
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I have an internal sharepoint website (this site is internal only - NOT available from the web) that has been recreated in O365. I recently configured http redirect in IIS to simply point traffic for that internal server - to be redirected to https://CompanyName.sharepoint.com.

I now want to get rid of that server. I need to use internal AD DNS to:

1. Ensure any internal traffic to URL https://central.CompanyName.local (old internal site) will still be pointed to https://CompanyName.sharepoint.com (for anyone that's still using the old URL to access the new O365 site).

2. Ensure any internal traffic to the new URL https://CompanyName.sharepoint.com is directed to that O365 site.

How can i configure DNS to do this?
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excel vbA  OFFICE 365

What I need:
I need to reformat some raw data on a sheet and create a new sheet with a formatted look based on a Column(a).
Basically grouping Column(a) into different sections
I have attached 2 screen shots-before and after look.

BEFORE FORMATTING
before formatting

and
AFTER FORMATTING
AFTER
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Hello everyone,

How can we find a user with AD id (TP3400) of that user in teams? We were able to search for any user in SKype using their AD Id.

Any response is appreciated
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Hi Experts,

I am new to Microsoft Teams.

I am trying to add a Guest, just based on an email address (I do not know if the guest has a Microsoft Account or not).
The Team I am trying to add the guest to has Privacy = Public.

Here's the error screen I get when trying to add the guest via the Desktop version of Microsoft Teams:

error screen when trying to add guest via Desktop version of Microsoft Teams
Does the guest have to register for Teams before the Search Members dialog returns a hit?

Regards,
Leigh
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I have a question about ransomware.  If my computers C drive is already encrypted, is it still possible for ransomware to hold my computer hostage by encrypting files?  if we have office 365 and all the files are also backed up to the cloud through OneDrive, doesn’t that also create a level of protection?
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Office 365

9K

Solutions

5K

Contributors

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.