As a follow up to a previous post about sent mail and shared mailboxes, we'll now make mention of how to address deleted items. While handling sent mail was nicely done against Exchange, handling deleted items must be done via group policy/registry on each user's machine. This link references both the reg key and the … Continue reading Placing Deleted items in a Shared Mailbox (rather than the user’s deleted items)
Shared mailboxes are handy for a variety of functions that involve several users monitoring a mailbox. However, it's not uncommon for a user to need to reply to the message as the shared mailbox address. This can be done in Exchange 2013 CU9+ and Office365, but it is NOT enabled by default on the shared … Continue reading Saving Sent Mail in a Shared Mailbox When Users ‘Send As’ the Shared Mailbox.
You should have the sign-in assistant and the Azure AD Module for Powershell already installed and be connected (connect-msolservice). You'll need to know what SKU you're looking to check Get-MsolAccountSku I'll be working with E1's, and will throw it into a variable: $accountsku = "megacorpinc:EXCHANGESTANDARD" Once we have that, we're ready to pull active and … Continue reading Checking for Available Licences in Office365 via Powershell
1. A prerequisite to assigning licenses is settting the usage location. This script applies US to all users. If the usage location was not already set, you'll need to run this, defining usage location as appropriate. get-msoluser -all | set-msoluser -usagelocation US 2. You will need the SKU number for licensing Get-MsolAccountSku 3. Copy that SKU … Continue reading Office365 Bulk Licensing Based on UPN