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Hi Guys,

How do we create Shared Mailbox in Hybrid environment - Exchange Online (O365) and Exchange 2016 on Prem.

and

If we have shared Mailbox that was created in Exchange online (Hybrid environment) and is not visible in EAC Exchange on Prem, how do we make it appear in Exchange on prem or what to do.

Thanks
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Hi,

In Access 2016, this declaration is not compiling:
Dim wsAccess As DAO.Workspace

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I have only two libraries currently referenced (as per image below):
Visual Basic for Applications
Microsoft Access 16.0 Object Library

I've tried adding various libraries so as to be able to access that object, such as:
Microsoft DAO 3.6 Object Library
Microsoft Office 16.0 Access Database Engine Library

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But each time I get the message:
Name conflicts with existing module, project or object library
I've tried, but cannot remove either of the two existing libraries I currently have referenced.

Anyone have any ideas how I can reference this object please?

Thanks in advance
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Hi Experts,
I need to migrate about 100 mailboxes from Exchange 2003 coming from SBS to Office 365, managing users on the local AD and performing password sync so I need AADconnect. Ideally, a user should be able to change her password on the local AD or on cloud and the password should be synced (password writeback)
What are my options in migration path and relative steps?
Thank you
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What kinds of help, guidance, information can Chief Privacy Officers get from Records Information Managers to help them protect private data and meet privacy compliances?
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I recently switched from using One Drive to using One Drive for Business on my Windows 10 computers. I migrated all files and data from One Drive to One Drive for Business. One Drive for Business syncs all data to the local hard drive.

Even though I have a very fast fiber optic internet connection (over 75 Mbps download and upload speeds at all times) and am connected to the internet using an Ethernet cable and my Windows 10 laptops are always plugged into power I experience latency while working within the One Drive for Business folders on my computers.

For example, if I create a new folder, rename or delete a file or folder, copy or move a file or a folder, etc. I will have to refresh the folder (sometimes several times) before the change is reflected. I never had to do this while using One Drive.

My computers run perfectly fine in all other regards (according to the task monitor and resource monitor) and I have performed the normal maintenance and troubleshooting as well as checking the event logs and nothing has improved this situation. I also have commercial antivirus software and Malwarebytes installed and my computers are entirely malware and problem free. Furthermore all Lenovo and Windows updates have been installed.

These issues only occur within the One Drive for Business folders and subfolders.

All my computers have 16 GB of RAM and use solid state hard drives.

What can I do to improve this situation and prevent the latency and sluggishness?
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Researching on options between G-Suite vs. Office 365 email.      
Anyone can comment on drawbacks and benefits?  Also wondering the pricing structure and difference would be.  

Loaded question I know and I can comment if any follow-up questions.
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You can use IMAP or POP3 protocol to configure your Gmail account in MS Outlook. However, after using IMAP account in Outlook for some time, many users want to change their mail settings from IMAP to POP. Today we will discuss how quickly you can change your IMAP configuration to POP3.


What is IMAP?


IMAP stands for Internet Messages Access Protocol. In an IMAP configuration, the email client keeps a copy of the mailbox on the local system without deleting it from the email server. The advantage in this case is that you can access your complete mailbox data through various devices (of course with proper IMAP configuration).


Advantages of IMAP


  • Quick and easy access to emails from different geographical locations.


  • In IMAP, any items deleted from the user system is still available on the server.


What is POP3?


POP3 is an abbreviation of Post Office Protocol version 3.  When your email application is configured with POP, then all your emails are downloaded to your email application. Then emails can (and should) be permanently deleted from the mail server.


Advantages of POP3


  • Your emails are stored on your system hard drive. Each time you configure POP3 on a new device, only the additional emails will be downloaded. This saves time in configuring the email account.
  • In POP, opening and accessing attachments are quick because all the attachments are already downloaded.


Step by step procedure to convert IMAP to POP


To start this process, open MS Outlook and start the below-mentioned steps:


  1. Click on File > Info > Account Settings.



  2. Then click on New to add a new account.



  3. Select Manual set up or additional server types and then click to Next.



  4. Now select POP or IMAP and then click to Next.



  5. Enter your POP details and then click on More Settings.



  6. Then move to the Advanced tab and enter POP and SMTP port numbers and click OK.

    Note: Here, you have an option to leave copy of messages on the server for a definite period.

  7. It will take few seconds, and your POP account is successfully added to Outlook.


Steps to remove IMAP account from MS Outlook


After successfully adding your POP account, you can remove your IMAP account from Outlook.


  1. Click on File > Info > Account Settings.


  2. Then select the IMAP account and then click on Remove button, your IMAP account is successfully removed
    .


Migrate IMAP to Cloud


Recently many users are migrating their IMAP email data to cloud emailing platforms like Office 365. This process is easy if you are using a third-party tool for migration.


Kernel for IMAP to Office 365 is a brilliantly developed and designed tool to migrate IMAP account to Office 365, hosted Exchange and on-premises Exchange. With this, you can quickly migrate those mailboxes which are configured with IMAP settings.


You can also migrate single as well as multiple mailboxes from IMAP email servers to Office 365. And this tool allows users to migrate emails to mailboxes, public folders and archive mailboxes in Office 365.



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Hi everyone.

I have a Office365 account/mailbox (synced from my onpremises AD/Exchange) myaccount@mydomain.com. This account/mailbox have full permission (and send as) on a shared mailbox (account/mailbox synced from my onpremises AD/Exchange and converted to shared mailbox later from Office365 Portal) with AutoMap enabled in Powershell.

Access to myaccount and sharedmailbox:

OWA access - OK
Office Outlook Client 2010/2013/2016 - OK

The question is: how to access the Shared Mailbox from some app in Android/iPhone??
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Wanting to know about functionality and benefits/disadvantages of having multiple domains in one Office365 account.
I have a client that has several businesses, hence they have several domains. Currently only one business is using Office365 for email.
I'd like to know if there are benefits/disadvantages to having another or all domains in the same Microsoft Office365 Account.
These business do interact, but are somewhat separate, which complicates things like admin permissions.
Things that come to mind are things like, but not limited to seeing others in the GAL, calendar/contact sharing, user management, etc..
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Office 365, Oneplace Mail Suite. the oneplace system does its own upload, doesnt need upload center so why does the upload center even come into it

Upload Center, disable this software, yes or no and how?

having issues on random sites were users can again, randomly show files in the upload center that  upload failed, signin required.
ive gone through the usual steps i dont know how many times re getting upload center backup and running but im here again with a user on one of our sites.

Im sick of this, Microsoft keep getting me to try the same stuff and yes it gets it back up and running but its a temp fix. usually back within a few weeks.
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user is in office 365 , heleft the company,

legal team has to have access to the mailbox.

1st the mail box is in soft delete state ad AD account of that user is deleted

can i still do restore of the mail box or AD account has to be restored first

is there any other method i can use that legal team has access to that mail box for ever

as the company doesnt want to keep the mail box active on office 365 not beyond the retention period of 90 days.

like creating pst file or some other method

can any body provide a good solution so that legal team can keep the user mailbox for ever.
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We have an on-premise Server 2012 R2 running Active Directory and we also have (completely seperately) Office 365 accounts which we use for Teams and Exchange Online.

We would like to sync on-premise AD with Azure AD.

What is the best approach here bearing in mind that we have already starte to use O365.

Is there a way to map the curent on premise accounts with the Azure AD accounts.

Any advice would be appreciated.
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Hi All,

I have recently completed a mail migration from Gmail to office 365.
I used the IMAP migration connector on office 365 to do this.
https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/saleesh_nv/2013/10/30/gmail-to-office-365-exchange-online-migration-using-imap/

However this has caused a problem with duplicate emails items on office 365.
In short, IMAP presents gmail "labels" as folders, hence items with mulpible labels, are duplicated multiple times.

I'm looking to find a good tool/script  or process that will allow me to clear up these duplicates.
There are 150+ mailboxes that require cleanup, so a a solution what can be applied accross the entire office 365 tenant is really what Im looking for.

Thanks & bBest regards,
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Hi,

We make use of Office 365 (hosted exchange), I would like to find out if there's a way to archive e-mail manually like one can do on the Outlook phone App.

On the App one can just swipe and it will archive the e-mail.

I used another e-mail platform for some years, it had the same option where one could right-click on an e-mail and choose "archive" and it will archive it immediately. I do not see something like that for Outlook, only by using the tools to run an archive on an entire folder based on the age or size of e-mails.

So I would like to be able to archive selective messages (as opposed to for instance just delete them) so that I can get to it later on again, even if the option exists on the Outlook Web Interface.

Thanks,
Reinhard
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I am using Office 365. How can I get Tasks (which I have set up on my Desktop in Outlook) onto my phone.  Calendar/email works fine. However I'd like to get the tasks onto my phone Outlook...thanksl
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Is there a way of quickly changing which email accounts Windows 10 computers are associated with?

A former IT consultant registered Windows 10 Home OS computers with his personal Hotmail account while performing the $99 upgrade to Windows 10 Pro. Now there are around 15 computers within our organization that are registered to his personal Hotmail account.

We now would like to quickly change which email account these Windows 10 computers are associated with while making sure that these computers stay registered properly.

What are the best ways of doing this?
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How can I fully remove a One Drive-Personal account from my Office 2016 applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint?

I have already followed the steps in the URL address below to unlink One Drive-Personal from my Windows 10 computer but my One Drive-Personal account still appears within the Open section of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint (see the screenshot).

How can I completely remove my One Drive-Personal account from my Office 2016 applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint?

https://support.office.com/en-us/article/turn-off-disable-or-uninstall-onedrive-f32a17ce-3336-40fe-9c38-6efb09f944b0

One Drive-Personal within Office 2016 apps
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I'd like to see an example of a delegated admin script using the new MFA in Exchange Online.  

I can get this to work in Powershell ISE after installing the correct features but I'd like to see a flavor of this that works with a single delegated admin account so I can iterate over clients:

$modules = @(Get-ChildItem -Path "$($env:LOCALAPPDATA)\Apps\2.0" -Filter "Microsoft.Exchange.Management.ExoPowershellModule.manifest" -Recurse )
$moduleName =  Join-Path $modules[0].Directory.FullName "Microsoft.Exchange.Management.ExoPowershellModule.dll"
Import-Module -FullyQualifiedName $moduleName -Force
$scriptName =  Join-Path $modules[0].Directory.FullName "CreateExoPSSession.ps1"
. $scriptName
$null = Connect-EXOPSSession
$EXOSession = (Get-PSSession | Where-Object { ($_.ConfigurationName -eq 'Microsoft.Exchange') -and ($_.State -eq 'Opened') })[0]
Import-PSSession $EXOSession

$ruleName = "Warn on external senders with matching display names"
$ruleHtml = "<table class=MsoNormalTable border=0 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0 align=left width=`"100%`" style='width:100.0%;mso-cellspacing:0cm;mso-yfti-tbllook:1184; mso-table-lspace:2.25pt;mso-table-rspace:2.25pt;mso-table-anchor-vertical:paragraph;mso-table-anchor-horizontal:column;mso-table-left:left;mso-padding-alt:0cm 0cm 0cm 0cm'>  <tr style='mso-yfti-irow:0;mso-yfti-firstrow:yes;mso-yfti-lastrow:yes'><td style='background:#910A19;padding:5.25pt 1.5pt 5.25pt 1.5pt'></td><td width=`"100%`" 

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i have citrix environment in my office.

i log in through username and password  on citrix platform and i am on my desktop

i click on my outlook icon on desktop which is outlook 2010 and it takes to my mailbox which is on office 365 portal.

my question:

1) is my outlook a desktop profile on my windows 7 machine?
2) how my outlook on my cirix platform connecting to my mail box in office 365 portal
3) when i use outlook web access (https://outlook.office365.com/owa) to check my mail i see only 3 emails in OWA mailbox vis a vis 100 emails in outlook which is configured on my desktop

i am bit confused.
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Hello experts

I setup the hybrid configuration between my Exchange Org and Office 365 and everything went smoothly  was able to creata O365 mailbox from Exchange ECP and i am using his newly created user to test the mailflow

From O365 to Exch Org and External is OK

From External to O365 nOK
From Exchange Orgg to O365 nOK

I need to know what i can check to sort out this issue

Rgds
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Hello experts,
I am new with office 365, and currently in proof of concept. We are about to onboard users (about to turn on directory sync once we clean non-compliant objects), and there are random instances wherein users complain overall slowness with internet browsing. Any recommendations on tools or ways to provide metrics and to troubleshoot? Or what directions need to do/take to assign this task to our networking team?
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when i click on user namein to column in new email in outlook 2010 and go to properties i see work number listed which i cant find in AD profile in attribute editor
for some reason cant know from where the work number is getting populated user is in office 365

user (OUTLOOK 2010)uses citrix to connect to offic e365

is anything we can do to correct
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Hi Experts,

DKIM CNAME for office 365, i have the 2 values in my godaddy DNS but when I run a DKIM test using DMARC analyzer or MXTOOLBOX it fails

selector1._domainkey.abc.com
selector1-abc-com._domainkey.tennantname.onmicrosoft.com

selector2._domainkey.abc.com
selector2-abc-com._domainkey.tennantname.onmicrosoft.com
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Hello Experts

I have to modify the SPF records to add Office 365 servers as  Email senders As well

can someone give me the name of the servers

My current settings is like this now: v=spf1  ip4:41.X.X.X/32

I want to add Office 365 what should it look like
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I am using task scheduler on window 2018 to send email to everyone and it is working.
but it is not working in GROUP email. We use Office 365 on the cloud.
Anyone know how to fix it? (we use sendgrid.com as our smtp server)

$Username = "xxx";
$Password = "xxx";
$path = "E:\Reports\AgentSummary\Agent-Sales-Summary.xls";

function Send-ToEmail([string]$email, [string]$attachmentpath){

    $message = new-object Net.Mail.MailMessage;
    $message.From = "IT@xxx.com";
    $message.To.Add($email);
    $message.Subject = "Agent Sales Summary Report";
    $message.Body = "Agent Sales Summary Report. Please review the attached file. Thank You";
    $attachment = New-Object Net.Mail.Attachment($attachmentpath);
    $message.Attachments.Add($attachment);

    $smtp = new-object Net.Mail.SmtpClient("smtp.sendgrid.net", "587");
    $smtp.EnableSSL = $true;
    $smtp.Credentials = New-Object System.Net.NetworkCredential($Username, $Password);
    $smtp.send($message);
    write-host "Mail Sent" ; 
    $attachment.Dispose();
 }
Send-ToEmail  -email "salesgroup@xxx.com" -attachmentpath $path;

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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.