Restoring Deleted mail items using the PowerShell cmdlet Restore-RecoverableItems | 3#3

Post Views: 5,077 In the current article, we review the use of the PowerShell cmdlet – Restore-RecoverableItems. Restore deleted mail items to their original folder using PowerShell| The article series The article series includes the following articles: Restore deleted mail items to their original folder using PowerShell – introduction | 1#3 Display information about Deleted…

Display information about Deleted mail items using the PowerShell cmdlet Get-RecoverableItems | 2#3

Post Views: 6,014 In the current article, we review how to display information about deleted mail items, by using the PowerShell cmdlet – Get-RecoverableItems. Restore deleted mail items to their original folder using PowerShell| The article series The article series includes the following articles: Restore deleted mail items to their original folder using PowerShell –…

Restore deleted mail items to their original folder using PowerShell – introduction | 1#3

Post Views: 6,732 The current article series is dedicated to the subject of – Viewing + Restoring deleted mail items from an Exchange Online mailbox, to their original folder, using two new PowerShell cmdlets – Get-RecoverableItems and Restore-RecoverableItems. Restore deleted mail items to their original folder using PowerShell| The article series The article series includes…

Export the content of Exchange mailbox “Recoverable items” folder to PST using the Office 365 content search | Step by step guide | 2#3

Post Views: 6,182 In this article, we review in detailed step by step description of the process of – exporting the content of Exchange Online mailbox to a PST file. Office 365 content search | The article series The article series includes the following articles: Using Office 365 content search for exporting deleted mail items…

Import PST file that was exported by Office 365 Content Search to Outlook | View “Recoverable items” folder | 3#3

Post Views: 5,032 In this article, we review the process of importing a PST file to an Outlook mail profile + how to review the information that is stored in the “Recoverable items” folder. Office 365 content search | The article series The article series includes the following articles: Using Office 365 content search for…

Restoring Exchange Online mailbox content to another mailbox using PowerShell command New-MailboxRestoreRequest | Part 22#23

Post Views: 6,741 The current article we review the second solution that we can use for – dealing with a common Exchange Online mailbox restore mistake that occurs in Office 365 Directory synchronization environment or Exchange Hybrid environment. In our scenario Exchange, Online mailbox deleted because of the event in which an On-Premise Active Directory…

How to use the spam mail report PowerShell script | Part 3#3

Post Views: 5,270 In the current article, we review the PowerShell menu script that I created for exporting and viewing information stored in Exchange Online spam mail log file. Article series | Using Get-MailDetailSpamReport | View and export spam mail report Office 365 spam mail report using PowerShell | Introduction | 1#3 Using Get-MailDetailSpamReport PowerShell…

Using Get-MailDetailSpamReport PowerShell cmdlet | View and export spam mail report | Part 2#3 

Post Views: 4,911 The PowerShell Get-MailDetailSpamReport cmdlet was created as a tool that simplifies the process of viewing and “dumping” information stored in Exchange Online spam log file.The Exchange Online spam log file, serve as a store that holds the documentation for each of the “spam mail events” that relates to incoming and outgoing mail…

Office 365 spam mail report using PowerShell | Introduction | 1#3

Post Views: 17,549 The current article is the first article in a three-article series. The Purpose of this article series is to Show you a relatively new PowerShell cmdlet named – Get-MailDetailSpamReport, that was created for Exchange Online and Office 365 administrator that need to view and export information stored in Exchange Online spam mail…