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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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Hello,

Does anyone know if it's possible to disable Integrated Apps for an Office365 Tenant via powershell?  If so, can you give me the command as I can't find a reference for it.

See that attachment for reference.  (Settings> Serives & Addins> Integrated Apps)

Thank you
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One of my clients using Office 365 (E3), direct with Microsoft, not through a 3rd party such as GoDaddy.

Now, this morning CEO's PA reports that when she opens his Inbox and Calendar in Outlook (2016, Cached Exchange Mode and she has Full Mailbox Access) both show as empty which she (and I) know is wrong.

So I logged onto http://portal.office.com as the CEO and eveyrthing is as expected, data in both Inbox & Calendar.

I log onto his desktop session (Citrix XenApp 6.5) and open Outlook and I get the following pop up:
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Microsoft Outlook
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Outlook cannot log on. Verify you are connected to the network and are using the proper server and mailbox name.  The Microsoft Exchange information service in your profile is missing required information. Modify your profile to ensure that you are using the correct Microsoft Exchange information service.
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OK  
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So I fire up the Mail Control Panel and cannot get into the Server Properties of his existing Mail Profile (which I know was working last week as I had to troubleshoot an issue for him). So I go to create a new one. I use the automated connection and it pops up with this:
1.jpgIt has picked up his Primary SMTP address which is also his Office 365 username without fail but that is not the server name I expected. Checking online and that server name is part of GoDaddy's Office 365 …
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Cannot figure out how to disable the backspace key from archiving instead of simply deleting an email!

Did anyone figure this out?
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How can I enable file version history within Office 2016 applications (such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc) so that I will be able to go back to previous revisions of the saved document?

I need to be able to look at previous revisions of saved Office 2016 documents within Word & Excel.
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How can I enable previous file versions within Office 2016 applications (such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc) so that I will be able to go back to previous versions of the document?

I remember this used to be enabled by default but now I don't see this feature enabled.
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When I do standard searches within Outlook 2016 for a laptop serial number (for example using the serial number PF0XMLU82) Outlook never finds emails sent from CDW which include this serial number.

These serial numbers within the CDW emails are listed along with other leading alphanumeric numbers (such as S20HD005GUSPF0XMLU82).

When I do these searches I am specifically searching for these CDW emails and I need them to be included in the Outlook search results!

How can I refine or fix this issue with Outlook 2016 so that when I search my Outlook emails for the serial numbers it will list emails that contain this serial number even if there are other leading alpha numeric numbers included before this serial number?
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Question: is it possible to cohost email between office 365 and google mail for business(google apps)
i would like to have a set of users / email address use office 365 and another set of users be based on the google platform.
again 1 email domain?
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We have a Windows 2011 SBS server.   We never used the Exchange built in but it appears that our Outlook 2013 on the Windows 7 desktops have an ost file setup and the old external pop3 email we used with a small ISP for email.
We are switching to Office 365 shared Exchange and getting rid of the pop3 email.  We have setup the users in Office 365 admin portal.  Have exported the Outlook pst files on the individual users Outlook 2013 desktops.  We uninstalled Office 2013 from the desktop.  Downloaded and installed Office 2016 from the Microsoft Office 365 portal.       when starting Outlook 2016 on the desktop it tries to connect to the ost file we never used on SBS server and also the old pop3 email.   Do we need to delete the user's Outlook Profile and create a new one?  How do we do that and will it cause a problem with the users internal network login?  Will Windows SBS server try to force internal use of the Exchange built into it?
Do we need to actual remove the user from active directory in the Windows SBS console or can we just delete the Outlook profile   As I understand it things need to be done in  the SBS console or it may affect the whole server and network
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Hi

We are planning to setup a complete new domain enviroment and had a On-Premises 2016 DC. For 365 services we plan to use M365 (not o365). WLAN and Hardware VPN Firewall authentication should come from On-Premises 2016 DC (AD-integrated) and usually this has worked fine for us.

Now since M365 is relative new product I wonder is there some problems lurking behind the corner due to M365? For example we noticed this from M365 FAQ:

"Customers that wish to experience the complete capabilities of Microsoft 365 Business must be running Windows 7, 8.1 or 10 Pro2 on their existing desktops. Customers who use on-premises Active Directory to enable login to PCs will switch devices over cloud identity and management as part of their deployment. Existing Windows 10 Pro PCs should be running Creators Update if they have not already done so"

Frankly I don't understand what this means. Can you please explain is this a consern and further more is our scneario bad?
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We are about to deploy Office 365 to our organization.  We have always used Exchange ActiveSync Access to quarantine mobile devices attempting to sync with Exchange, and we have set this up in Exchange Online.  Now our concern is users signing into mobile devices with apps like Teams, OneDrive, Skype for Business, etc.  Is it possible to block these applications from being used on mobile without admin approval?
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I will be installing a Windows Server 2016 Essentials server to replace an existing SBS2011 server.  They will use Exchange Plan I and II and Outlook 2010/2013/2016 clients.  When I install W2K16 Essentials I will need to configure DNS entries to so Outlook can successfully authenticate, etc.  Exchange autodiscovery needs to be setup correctly so that each Outlook client successfully authenticates and maintains a connection to their hosted mailbox.  I am looking for the steps necessary to setup the local DNS entries.  Your feedback is appreciated.
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We are in the process of Migrating from On-Premise Exchange and Sharepoint to Office 365 with Sharepoint.

We currently have an On-Premise Sharepoint 2013 Servers. We host Mail and Sharepoint for a few Companies, so the Sharepoint server is home to several Root level Sites:
team.domain-A.com
team.domain-B.com
team.domain-C.com
team.domain-D.com

Each root site is Managed by their own Administrators and the users are different for each site.
All users are part of the same Activity Directory Domain.
I have all of the domains Validated in Office 365 and mail is flowing to all of them.

I just dont see where I can Add a new Root level Domain  and separate site for each of the existing sites I have.
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Using Outlook 2013 with Office365. Large groups of email are missing. In the inbox sorted by date descending there a re big gaps of mail missing. Last month had quite a bit missing, more missing from the month before, then large gaps of many months with no email at all, then some from a year ago, then some from a couple years ago. Did the restore deleted items from the inbox and that restored a lot (mostly recent from the last couple of months)

Also receive this same O365 account to an Iphone and an Ipad.

I suspect it might be IOS device since I had a similar problem a while ago but in that case you could watch the email go away.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You
Bob
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I am in the process of trying to move users mailboxes from our on premise exchange 2010 SP3 server to Exchange Online. I have already ran and installed the hybrid configuration wizard and everything looks like it completed successfully except for the following error message;

"The Legacy Email Address Policy cannot be automatically updated and must be manually upgraded"

I went ahead and ran the following in EMS get-emailaddresspolicy|update-emailaddresspolicy

When i go into Exchange admin center, recipients, migration then migrate to exchange online and select remote move migration no users appear in the add selection. Am i missing something? I also created a migration endpoint but that did not make a difference either.
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I have new client that is on Office 365. They still have emails on Gmail. I need to get their Gmail email imported into Outlook. Sounded easy enough until I find their problem.

Their Office 365 and Gmail email addresses are the same.  When I try to add the Gmail IMap account to Outlook, it says that email address was already configured.  I tried configuring it manually but that did not work.

How can I add the Gmail account to their Outlook when they have the same email address?

I'm hoping I don't have to setup each account on another computer or a different outlook profile and then export Gmail to a PST.
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Hi expert

We are having issue to login to office 365.

This is the first time configuration and please note we have set up the Azure connect to office 365.

One of the account was able to login to office 365, but other two accounts unable to login by using our AD password.
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I have successfully integrated Microsoft Dynamics 365 with Office 365 and Outlook 2016 by following the steps in this URL.

Now I need to setup & use Dynamics 365 to query all emails within an Office 365 email account and extract the contact information contained in the email signature area (name, address, company name, phone numbers, website address, etc). This info is usually found in the user's signatures at the end of their emails (see the email signature examples below). I need all this info extracted and used to create & update individual Outlook contacts for each user.

Please provide me with instructions on how this can be done.

If any further information or explanations are needed please let me know.

Email signature information that needs to be extracted & used to create Outlook signatures:
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Exchange Server 2010, SP3 RU19
New Office 365 Tenant

Reading this article I've worked my way to the bottom and it seems like its an All or nothing Migration?
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn874017%28v=exchg.150%29.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396#Scripts

All of my Public Folders are pretty much Empty or can be. We use 1/2 of them as Mail enabled and incoming mail gets processed by some EWS Scripting, once the email is processed it is moved to another Non-mail enabled Public folder.

So I really just need to test my EWS Script on the O365 Public Folder.  In the Link above it seemed like you cant have Public Folder on both O365 and On-Premise? I cant remove my On-Premise Public folders until I know my Scripts work on the O365 Public folder.

Thanks!
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We need to change a Mac Office 2016 user's Mac Office 2016 license from Retail to Office 365. This is because the retail license doesn't have all of the features that the Office 365 license has.

The user who needs this has already been assigned an Office 365 license but at the time he installed Office 2016 on his Mac (around a year ago) the retail license was used.

Is there an easy way of converting the Mac Office 2016 license from Retail to Office 365 or will we need to completely uninstall Office 2016 Retail and then download and install the Mac Office 2016 Office 365 version?

MAC-OFFICE-LICENSE
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Good Morning,

I have a user on O365 whos emails are not working on his Outlook 2016 and strangely hi s iphone is also not recieving emails anymore since this morning.

I reset and unlock his password from AD and synced to O365 but still same issue on both iphone emails and Outlook client.

OWA is working !! and he is able to send recieve emails there.

Where do I start troubleshooting from ?

Thanks

Nick
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After moving an email (from say the inbox) to a newly created folder, the email disappears.

What would cause this?

I checked the sync settings and they seem correct.
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Getting below error when a user sent mail (Mailbox is Hybrid setup)

Remote Server returned '554 5.6.0 Corrupt message content; STOREDRV.Deliver.Exception:ConversionFailedException.ConversionFailedException.TextConvertersException; Failed to process message due to a permanent exception with message The message content has become corrupted. ConversionFailedException: Content conversion: Body conversion failed.
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Hi,

The following is the environment:

One Exchange 2013 and one 2016 server. The 2016 server is in hybrid mode. None of the the client access URLs point to the 2016 server FQDN. Autodiscover.domain.com (split DNS) points to autodiscover.outlook.com as all mailboxes (except journaling and some test mailboxes) are in Office 365.

The official cert is installed on Exchange.

Some Outlook clients get a certificate warning and it shows that they are trying to connect to the local Exchange 2016 server's FQDN - which gives the error of course because this name is not on the certificate.

Any idea how Outlook keeps connecting to this while none of the CAS URLs point to this FQDN and while autodiscover points to Exchange Online?

Thanks
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Dear all,

I have MS office 365 email installed on MS office 2013 client on my laptop.
My colleague is trying to share his calendar with me.I go this error message when I open the invitation message:
  "the folder you selected is not available"
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Please confrim the O 365 E3 End_user hardware requirements . coz some of the users are complain that office application is slow
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Office 365

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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.

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