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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.

I have an O365 group and want to send email to it from an on premise server but do not want any other external senders. I have the IP, server name.
In the GUI there is no way to do this other than to accept messages from "All Senders", which is not want we want.

Is there ability in PS or other means to identify specific external senders and block all others (effectively creating a white list for this group)?

Thank you
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I have a need to be able to export contacts for specific users using powershell. I've tried the scripts here but the don't seem to work:

https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/2155223-powershell-office-365-export-user-s-contacts-to-csv

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/How-to-export-a-mailboxs-2dd7247a

The one from spiceworks doesnt give me any errors, but the csv it creates has no data.

The one from the technet gallery gives me an autodiscovery error and I'm not sure how to fix that.

Does anyone else have a tried and true way of exporting contacts using powershell and exchange online?

Thank you.
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Hi

I want to create PowerApps solutions for customers of mine who have asked for them. Should I get Office 365to create them and do they need Office 365 to run them?
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what is the best subscription for a developer of power apps. do I need office 365? I don't want to use SharePoint but rather store data in Sal or something else
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In Exchange Online, you can set forwarded on a mailbox by opening up its properties from the Exchange Admin Center (Mailbox features > Mail flow > Forwarding Address).

It seems any e-mail forwarded this way isn't being filtered for phishing or spam.

Why is that? Is there a way of getting it to filter just like regular e-mail not being forwarded?
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Users have had issues starting about 2 weeks ago where multiple people will have their Office Apps listed as unlicensed daily.  The only methods that have worked to re-active is running the Office365 activation tool and several only needed a pending "update" ran.  These licenses in collaboration with Intune was put in place spread out over the past 60 days, but there is no app policy in place on the devices or users.

Users had not changed their passwords the day or day before this happened and no changes had been made to the subscription themselves.  The devices they were users have been listed as activated and assigned to them in Office365 each of these times.
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I have Office 365 installed on several computers.   All are running Windows 10 Pro 64-bit.   Suddenly, I get a send/receive error on one of them.   I did AVG antivirus, quick repair, then more advanced repair, then uninstalled and reinstalled Office.   Outlook works fine on the other computers.   Still get the error message.
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Hi,

I have Microsoft Outlook for Office 365 (16.0.12624.20348) 64-bit.

Sometimes, The Microsoft Outlook was disconnected.

When using the earlier version (I am not sure which version), I can just CLICK “One tab .. I am not what is it… maybe “Work of line”… then, it would be connected again to the Microsoft Exchange.

Someone knows how to connect (or which button should I click) to connect again this Microsoft Outlook?

Thanks,
tjie
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Ive got a user who has a contact that is showing up in auto-complete, but its not right, and causing emails to goto the wrong person.

I have deleted the outlook folders to delete the ost, nk2 and dat files as well as the address-book files but when it rebuilds its still there. I logged into O365 web access and I can see it there, but still cannot delete.

Its not in the contacts folder, or suggestion folders.

I tried to add the contact to the address book to then delete it but get the error
Outlook cannot add recipient to contacts. An internal support function returned an error

I thought it could be just a local outlook issue, but I can replicate the issue by putting the profile on my pc. Also, by seeing it in OWA and not being able to delete in that........?

Im totally stuck on this one, does anyone have any ideas?
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I was just wondering whether or not Azure AD Connect sync SharePoint Groups and AD distribution groups to SharePoint online

Thanks

Eric
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Looking for help in getting input from a .csv file for copying group members from one group to another.  Both are Unified groups.

This code works for a single group to group copy:
$List = Get-UnifiedGroupLinks -Identity "Group1" -LinkType Members | Select-Object -expandproperty name
Add-UnifiedGroupLinks -Identity "Group2" -LinkType Members -Links $List

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This is what I setup in for foreach:

$Groups = Import-Csv -Path .\GroupInput.csv
foreach ($Group in $Groups) {
    $List = Get-UnifiedGroupLinks -Identity $_.SourceGroup -LinkType Members | Select-Object -expandproperty name
    Add-UnifiedGroupLinks -Identity $_.TargetGroup -LinkType Members -Links $List
}

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Error I'm getting is:
Cannot bind argument to parameter 'Identity' because it is null.
    + CategoryInfo          : InvalidData: (:) [Get-UnifiedGroupLinks], ParameterBindingValidationException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : ParameterArgumentValidationErrorNullNotAllowed,Get-UnifiedGroupLinks
    + PSComputerName        : outlook.office365.com

GroupInput.csv:
SourceGroup,TargetGroup
Group1,Group2
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I set up EOP to filter incoming email for my on-premise Exchange 2013 server. After changing my DNS (in GoDaddy, using the EOP wizard) to point to EOP, the on-premise Exch svr does not get mail. Senders get the following NDR:

Reported error: 554 5.4.14 Hop count exceeded - possible mail loop ATTR34 [BN7NAM10FT005.eop-nam10.prod.protection.outlook.com]  
DSN generated by: MN2PR02MB6608.namprd02.prod.outlook.com
Remote server: BN7NAM10FT005.mail.protection.outlook.com

The NDR is nice enough to provide a trace, which shows several Microsoft servers (see below). The servers are all unique (no apparent loop). Some other notes:

I signed up for only MS Exchange Online Protection. I do not have any other MS subscriptions (Office 365, etc.)

I defined our domain and 3 users in admin.microsoft,com. The 3 users exist on our on-premise Exchange Server. I sign onto a remote email service (AOL) and send an email message to one of 3 users. I get the NDR message. I send an email to a user on my on-premise that is not one of the 3 users. I get the NDR message.

The send connector wizard on admin.microsoft.com has a verify function. When I specify one of the 3 defined users, the verify fails. In the log the problem is "user not found". When I specify a user that is not defined to admin.ms.com, the verify function succeeds! I just don't get this...

Here are the hops in the NDR message:


Message Hops
HOP TIME (UTC) FROM TO WITH RELAY TIME
1 3/26/2020
4:11:58 PM …
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I have 2 computers, on one I can see the join button for microsoft teams for a meeting, and on the other I can't.  Any way to fix this?  Don't know what else to tell you.
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We just completed a migration for a client from POP3 to Office365.
I cannot 100% say that some accounts were not imap, but everything I touched was POP3.

It was a manual process that required both email servers to be live with transport rules between them.
There was no easy way around this, but only Office 365 exchange is running now.

During the process we would fire up an O365 license for the user
Import their PST into the email account through Outlook
Let it migrate to the cloud
and everything worked fine save for 1 other user that had this issue.
Deleting and recreating their profile solved the problem for that user.

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Current issue
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One user had a sizable PST of around 11GB, but nothing we had not seen in several other users
It imported to Outlook without error

In Outlook 2016, there is an issue where SOME subfolders not showing any emails.  Even when a brand new email from today is moved to that folder.  Invisible.
All of the emails show up in OWA.


We have deleted and recreated the email profile
Set cache to ALL (changed from 1 year)
Set cache to none
View->view settings = Off.  Do not see any filters set there.
Do not see any rules set up

I have noticed that some of the subfolder properties show
Type: folder containing IMAP items
Where others show Type: folder containing Mail and Post items
However they do not correspond to the problem folders.  It appears to be random which will not sync and which have the IMAP or…
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I have one user who is receiving thousands of NDRs because someone is using his email address as the reply address to their spam emails they're sending. I can see that he hasn't sent any emails through the Office 365 Message Trace tool and Mimecast also doesn't show that he is sending any spam emails en masse. Do you know if there's any way to stop his email being used as the reply address (I suspect the answer is no but just want to make sure)?
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Hi there,

Having an issue with the receive connector in our hybrid Exchange 2016 environment. Successfully ran through the HCW and have migrated a test mailbox. I can send/receive internally to that mailbox and email from an external address to it also. What I can't do is email from the test mailbox to external addresses. That results in the Remote Server returned '550 5.7.54 SMTP; Unable to relay recipient in non-accepted domain' message.

I have read various articles and it looks like the Default Frontend receive connector is set correctly but my on-prem environment isn't using it. There is already a custom receive connector listening on port 25 for SMTP relaying for network devices. I'm sure this is what the issue is but not sure how to move forward as they requirement for that connector is there.

Thanks,
Simon
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Hi,


Is it possible to export all Teams users from O365?

I think we need to do it by PowerShell right?
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Hi,



I check Exchange Server 2013 Enterprise Edition end of support date from MS site and this is what I found:


Mainstream Support End Date: 4/10/2018      

Extended Support End Date: 4/11/2023

What is the difference between both?
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What are some ways that I can create a Skype for Business meeting via Outlook 365?
For instance, can you check someone availability via for a meeting via Outlook, then I believe you can then schedule a Skype for Business meeting.
OS: Windows 10 version 1903
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Office 365 prompted for a license, I resolved the issue, but I am looking for a possible reason why.
OS: Windows 10 version 1903.
The laptop is connected to the Internet about once a week.
The laptop is also on the VPN about once a week.
I did not look a log files, but I am looking for a possible reason why this could happen: why Office 365 would be asking for a license.
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Hi Experts,

I am lately experiencing something very strange and frustrating with my Outlook (Office 365).

When searching for emails I definitely have them in my inbox, for no money can I find them.

Just this Friday I sent and received back messages with subject "Email wording", and when searching for it or by going thru all my Friday emails, I simply cannot manage to find them.

Any Idea?

Thanks
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Hey Experts,

I am beginning a migration to O365 from exchange 2010 and was checking the health of mailboxes prior to deploying the hybrid configuration.

I discovered a user's mailbox that had corruption and to cut he story short, I had to delete the mailbox and re-create it (leaving the AD user account intact)

All went well but now I have discovered that internal users get an NDR stating that the user cannot be found.

I have tried:

- to force an update on the OAB then forced outlook on another user's machine to download the OAB,
- removed the entry from the other users NK2 files,

It work fine when I use OWA to send mail to the new mailbox which leads to believe that there's a problem with distribution of the OAB.

Anyone assist me with this?

Thanks
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Over the years, I have acquired hundreds of email addresses, from multiple states that I lived in. I would like to export ALL of them into one excel csv spreadsheet.
I am using Outlook 2016 w/ a Office 365 subscription.

What are my options?

TIA
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Hi,

I'm using a Office 365 account in our phone system to access all users Exchange calendar, but after Microsoft Security Defaults have been enabled, it's no longer working. I'm getting this message:

the OIP cannot successfully connect to the Exchange Server.

2020-03-16 15:06:03:142 22  >   Microsoft Exchange version:        EXCHANGE_2016
2020-03-16 15:06:03:142 22  >   Microsoft Exchange server address: outlook.office365.com
2020-03-16 15:06:03:142 22  >   Domain:                          
2020-03-16 15:06:03:142 22  >   User name:                         XXX@XXX.XX
2020-03-16 15:06:03:142 22  >   Notification interval:             5s
2020-03-16 15:06:03:142 22  >   ------------------------------------------------------------
2020-03-16 15:06:03:142 22  >   Calendar synchronization:          yes
2020-03-16 15:06:03:142 22  >   E-mail synchronization:            no
2020-03-16 15:06:03:142 22  >   Private contacts synchronization:  yes
2020-03-16 15:06:03:142 22  >   Public contacts synchronization:   no
2020-03-16 15:06:03:142 22  >   ------------------------------------------------------------
2020-03-16 15:06:03:142 22  >   Primary phone mapping:             Company Main Phone
2020-03-16 15:06:03:142 22  >   ============================================================
2020-03-16 15:06:05:783 195  >   ExchUser.DoNotification(): Connection to server still NOK (wrong user name or password?): Unauthorized !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2020-03-16 15:06:05:783 195…
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Hi

Im having trouble logging in to skype for business, hosted in Office 365. I get the following error "There was a problem acquiring a personal certificate required to sign in. If the problem continues, please contact your support team."
It works when i log in as a local admin, but not when i log in as a domain user that is not local adminit doesnt work. I can see that the local admin account that works, the user gets a user certficate for skype when connecting. The other non-working user doesnt get the certificate.

Anybody thats seen this issue before? There are a lot of threads on other sites about this, but non has helped me solve this issue

BR
Carlos
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Office 365

10K

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.