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Bulk Import Contacts to Exchange Online (Office 365) Using PowerShell | Part 1#2

Post Views: 22,039 In Exchange based environment, the term “external contacts” or just “contacts,” describe an Exchange recipient object, which their E-mail address is an external E-mail address (non-organization E-mail address). For example – suppliers, business partners, customers and so on. By default, “external contacts” appear as part of the GAL (global address list) alongside…

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How to Connect to Office 365 using PowerShell script + using saved encrypted user credentials

Post Views: 29,373 In the current article, we will learn how to create a PowerShell script, which will help us to connect automatically to Office 365 (Windows Azure Active Directory) and Exchange Online, without the need of typing complicated PowerShell commands! The added bonus that I would like to add to this “automation” is –…

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Send E-mail to office 365 using PowerShell script and saved encrypted password |Part 2#2

Post Views: 13,037 In the following article, we will review how to write and run PowerShell script; that will address the Office 365 mail servers (Exchange Online). Versus the scenario that we have examined in the previous article, we review a situation, in which we address the Office 365 mail server anonymously (without providing user…

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Migrating Exchange on-Premises Mailboxes Separately | Exchange Hybrid based environment | What are the migrated permissions? | Part 5#5 

Post Views: 5,084 In the current article, we will review the mail migration scenario in which we “break” existing Exchange permission’s relationship. I use the term “break” because, in this scenario, we are migrating only one partner from the existing “couple” to the cloud. When we migrate Exchange on-Premises mailboxes in the cloud not as…

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Migrating Exchange on-Premises mailboxes as a group | Exchange Hybrid based environment | What are the migrated permissions? | Part 4#5

Post Views: 4,294 In the current article, we will review the scenario in which we migrate Exchange on-Premises mailboxes that have an “existing permission’s relationship” to the cloud as a group. Our purpose is to check what are the Exchange permissions, which will migrate to the cloud, along with the mailbox data. In the next…

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Migrated permissions of migrated mailboxes in Exchange Hybrid based environment – Introduction | Part 3#5

Post Views: 6,875 The subject of the Exchange permission’s relationship between migrated mailboxes in the Exchange Hybrid environment could be quite confusing. The term “Exchange permission’s relationship,” try to describe two (or more) mailboxes that have existing permission’s structure between them. When we migrate these mailboxes from their “native environment” to the “other environment” the…

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Testing cross site permissions in Exchange Hybrid based environment| Part 2#5

Post Views: 12,789 As mentioned in the previous article, the subject of Exchange permissions relationship in Exchange Hybrid environment can be realized in two major scenarios: Scenario 1 – Cross site permission Scenario 1 – Cross site permission The Exchange permissions that Exchange on-Premises mailbox can have on cloud mailbox and vice versa. Scenario 2…

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