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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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We're in the process of migrating our On-Premise Exchange 2013 CU12 to Office 365.
  • Everything is set up.
  • Azure AD Connector is handling the account synchronization
  • It's a hybrid setup.
  • I've migrated a mailbox without errors.
The Mac running Office 365, (Version 16.18) picked up the change in mailserver, prompted for my Office365 login and continued working as before, except it is connecting to Office365.

Now, the PC client, using the same mailbox (it's not a shared mailbox, I'm just running on a PC and a Mac concurrently)  is not so fortunate. The PC is on a Windows domain, the user is logging on to the PDC with DOMAIN\account login.
The Outlook (Outlook for Office 365 MSO (16.0.10827.20118) doesn't pick up the change in mailserver. Instead it connects to the on-premise Exchange Server and says that the mailbox was last updated on Oct 16 2018.

If I run an Autodiscover test from the PC Outlook client, it looks very nice:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Autodiscover xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/autodiscover/responseschema/2006">
  <Response xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/autodiscover/outlook/responseschema/2006a">
    <User>
      <DisplayName>My account</DisplayName>
      <LegacyDN>/o=ExchangeLabs/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Recipients/cn=37345743bcd0a45d6a18aff6-accountname</LegacyDN>
      

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I am working on a 365 migration.  

Client wants to allow OWA for all users, from any internet based BYOD computer, including Windows, Mac, Android, Apple IOS, however needs to protect company data from being copied and pasted.  Is this possible?

Client does not want to force device enrollment, so MDM is not possible - Can this be achieved with either Azure conditional access polices or Intune MAM and App Protection policies?

I can see from the documentation this is possible on IOS and Android devices using MAM/App Protection policies however Im confused if this covers BYOD Windows and Mac OS etc.

Thanks for any help.. I am easily confused :-(

Cheers,
String
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Hello, i have 2 different users on Macs - we just moved to Office 365. After a while, their email apps (outlook, mac mail) will prompt them for their passwords. It refuses to accept the password in the app or 0365 portal unless i reset their pw in the 365 portal again.

What could cause this?
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I am currently migrating from exchange server 2010 to 2016. The first step in my migration path is to get all exchange 2010 servers to exchange 2010 sp3 . I have created the exchange server with service pack 3 and I am now migrating users to this new server.

A test user that I have migrated is able to receive mail both internally and externally , send internally but when they send externally they get a mail protection bounce back error from outlook .

Any ideas ?
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i have mailboxes in office 365

my boss has given delegate access to 1 user (user A) to his  calendar

can the user A delete the stuff in my boss calendar or he can delete the one he created in boss calendar.

What command shell should I write to check my boss calendar settings and what level of permission user A needs to have

is this command I should play Get-MailboxFolderPermission boss:\calendar?
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We recently upgraded about 30+ users to office 365 Business Premium
Background we were using stand alone copies of Home and office 2016 some still 2013.
Our Exchange, SharePoint, and Skype for business housed on corporate server in Asia we are USA.
After some issue with " not connecting" and "trying to connect Asia add Azure which took care of that issue for the most part.
Not sure it this is related to Azure but am asking- Asia says no way.

On outlook 2016 (365) we have @XXXgroupinc.com and we added corporate Exchange @XXX-inc.com this was working great we were sending and receiving email with no issues.
In past week we have users who's corporate emails @XXX-inc.com suddenly start point or getting redirected to @outlook.com they have never had an account with that.
Asia said it was because of old MS accounts.  we removed from the devices and submitted the account to be deleted ( takes 60 days)
Essentially to get the person back on corporate email we have had to have Asia create a new mailbox or account in AD and migrate old mail to it.
We then are able to add back into Outlook but our fear is how long before the new account gets corrupt. especially since one user is the President of the Company (USA)

My cry for help
fix for the outlook.com issue and understanding why it is doing this.

We have blown away the old OSTs , deleted all temp file related to that and run save credential tool to clean out everything before we ad account back in, and as mentioend …
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all mailboxes are in office 365,

we have on premise active directory where user accounts are synced through AAD sync

i need run powershell commnad to get all distribution list and shared mailboxes.

what command i need to run and pipe into csv file?
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I have an issue with TempVars in Access VBA. The problem is the following:

I have a database that make use of TempVars. The DB works when running it on notebook which I was given to develop the new system. However, when I test the DB  on the normal desktop PCs, I get error messages.

Access version on notebook: Office 365 MSO (16.0.10827.20118)
Access version on desktop: Office 2016 MSO (16.0.8431.2110)

Surely, there can't be such a big problem one might think?

Here is how I assign the temp vars:

Private Sub txtSearch_Change()
    TempVars!Door = Me.txtSearch.Text
    Me.lstDoors.Requery
End Sub

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The DB contains a list of doors, keys etc.. and as one of the features is the management of keys, I have to assign which door can be opened with which key.

Can anyone please check whether get an error message when you open the following form?

frmDoors_Overview

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The whole DB is still in an early stage.

Thank you for your feedback

Massimo
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I want to move my exchange users to o365 what kind of rights are required for doing the same.
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Hello Everyone,
We have Windows 10 and Office 365 in our organisation.
sometimes Outlook stops to receive emails and on the bottom right shows it need password. However, when you click on it nothing happens.
The workaround is:
 1- disconnect account from "Access work or school"
 2- Clear credential manager from Control panel

but the problem is it happens again after couple of days and it is very frustrating to go through above steps again.
Any help is much appreciated.
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I have converted a client to Office 365 and changed their outlook profiles on their computer.

These people log into other user's computers and have their own profile. The next time they log into someone else's computer, their Outlook will not be working. I can see getting a lot of calls about this in the next few days.

These user's could not follow simple instructions on how to create a new outlook profile by going to Control Panel and clicking on the mail app. They would have trouble finding control panel even with detail screen shots.  Not only that, they would prefer to connect to a remote support session so they would have an excuse to walk away from their computer while we do it.

I'm looking for the easiest way to get them to create their own profile.  If there is a way I could give them a batch file to delete the existing profiles, then they would just need to open outlook and be prompted for their user name and password. Any way to do this?
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Hacked e-mail account help required.

Last night a client received an e-mail that starts out:
My nickname in darknet is konstantine23.
I hacked this mailbox more than six months ago, through it I infected your operating system with a virus (trojan) created by me and have been monitoring you for a long time.

They then list the actual password correctly to her account.  It is an Office 365 account.  She does access her account on her personal laptop, which I will have this afternoon in my possession.   I am currently scanning her work computer, and having everyone else check for the same e-mail in their SPAM folder (Where she found hers).  We are in process of changing password to all of her online accounts (Including e-mail) on another computer, not part of their network.  The business does have a UTM router in place, and logs will be looked at next.  TDSS Killer did not find any rootkits, but more scanning will be done.

Looking for information on this possible.
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Setup Office 365 tenant. Got AD Sync working. Setup myemaildomain.co.uk.

Email in and out works.

Have used ADSIEdit to add proxyaddresses. Set my PRIMARY in capitals and this is reflected in the O365 user properties.

However, everytime we send an email.. it is xxx@xxx.onmicrosoft.com

I cannot seem to change it as it is reflected as xxx@myemaildomain.co.uk is the primary reply email address. And of course I can only amend local domain as this is an AD Connect setup.

scenario. Username AA, BB, CC. Domain @sausages.co,uk

UPN AA@sausages.onmicrosoft.com
I want AANAME@sausages.co.uk to be my reply.

No matter what I do, I get aa@sausages.onmicrosoft.com Even tried adding new UPN suffixes in Domains and Trusts.

Can you please advise?

Many thanks in advance

R
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When booking a Skype enabled room that a Polycom Trio isnsigned in as, what are the expectations and controls over who can walk up to the phone and join the meeting?
It seems like a privacy/security issue.  
If you join the call from the conference room phone, how can you identify yourself as the organizer? Is the only way to do that to join from another device signed in as your organizer account??
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advice on configuring and using 365 MFA
We are currently testing MFA
We have an issue where when a user changes their password or when they are getting prompted for MFA
Multiple Applications are popping up asking for MFA
sometimes the user gets so many prompts they are entering the wrong code
so when a password is changed or the policy is changed
outlook pops up looking MFA
Skype pops up looking MFA
SharePoint Online Pops up looking MFA
We are also using ADFS and sometimes the federated login can get in a loop asking users to sign in repeatedly
I seen an article about caching but i think this may be only related to MFA on prm server
Im just looking advice and best practice on getting MFA rolled out to all users with as little pain as possible
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Hi,

We are migrating from Exchange to O365, we are also using ADFS 3.0.

I have been asked to prevent Outlook 2010 and 2016 clients from accessing mail when off the corporate network. Users must be able to still access their email externally via Office.com and via Active Sync for BB.

I'm not sure where to start and have to produce a matrix of what is achievable without Conditional Access as we do not have licenses.

Thanks
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Hello Experts.

I am office 365 illiterate, and not sure if this can be done.
We have an on-prem, 2010 Exchange server setup in a domain. We use Office 2013 on each user’s PC (not office 365). So everyone uses Outlook 2013 from there PC’s.
 
Some of our staff users have their Outlook 2013 setup to access from home using Outlook Anywhere (connecting to Exchange server using HTTP). All is good…….

My boss brings in his brand new laptop with “Office 365 Business” on it (says he got a monthly subscription), and want me to hook it up to our exchange server so he can get his email from home….

I’m thinking no problem, I will just setup like with Outlook Anywhere and we will be good!
(Wrong)

I have tried using the options for exchange, Outlook…..none let me use the Exchange server  (mail.yourdomaion.com), just get email address, and password, then it tries and tells me wrong username or password.

So here is my question….
Can you connect up Outlook 365 to our Exchange server (like Outlook Anywhere) or is there some special way you have to do it online?

If you can setup like “Outlook Anywhere” How is this process?

Thanks in Advance

    Fubr
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Dear All,

Our Company is implementing this effort for the client to meet the needs around the managers meeting where approximately 100 team members gather to speak to leadership. My Client has recently acquired 1500 Office 365 licenses and we will work closely with the organisation to implement a proven and best practices virtual meeting solution.

can someone please help me how to proceed with this project.
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Kindly help with the short term as well as long term solution for the following.

Company A (XYZ.com)has Exchange 2010 setup and has got an O365 tenant, however, the mailboxes are not migrated yet. The external gateway is EOP.
Company B has Exchange 2010 setup (LMN.com) and has a different O365 tenant. The emails are not yet migrated to cloud. The Email security gateway provider connecting to internet is different for both.

The requirement is that company B employees should be able to send emails using the SMTP @XYZ.com available to company A.

Please help with a short-term solution as the end goal is to merge both the organisations.
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Hello Exchange Experts!

I am having a question about disabling Microsoft Exchange Onpremises after all mailboxes have been moved to O365.

Some articles disclose that this is not recommended, since you need to make attribute changes and, because of directory synchronization, if you remove the local exchange you will no longer have this "option"?

I would like to read your opinion on the projects you have already implemented.
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Hello -

I need help formatting a sharepoint column with JSON.  I am using O365 which allows custom formatting of columns using JSON.  I need to keep the column format as a number format (cannot use text format) and need to basically replace the thousands comma with a hyphen.  So, a number like 18,212 would show up at 18-212.

Again, I can't change the column format to be text.  I have very limited experience with JSON, so any help would be appreciated.
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Our email is hosted by Microsoft (O365) and our workstations have the Outlook 2013 client installed.  Our current setup keeps 12 months of info cached on the local workstation and the older items are held offline.  When using Advanced Find in Outlook 2013, it is not searching the offline items - only the current 12 months of info.  If I click on an individual folder in Outlook 2013 and do a search in that folder - I do have a "more" option that will then search the offline items.  Is there a way to search "more" in Advanced Find?
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Hybrid Office 365 environment (Exchange 2013 on premise)

I've been asked to remove an email

Can someone provide the best way to do this?
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Hi,

I have an Exchange 2016 lab and I want to test the whole migration to O365. I just have few test mailboxes in my lab (10 users). Like the Exchange license is free for trial until 180 days. I just wondering is O365 access is the same. Can I have a access to O365 for free too for testing purpose? I want to do the whole migration steps to be prepared for the real one and it will be my proof of concept at the same time.

Thanks
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i see some corruption in my mailbox,

i want to move mailbox in office 365

what are the commands i should use and how will i know it is completed

can the user work in outlook in the meantime
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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.