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Recover deleted mail items in the Exchange Online environment | introduction | 1#7 5/5 (4)

Post Views: 8,826 The current article is a basic introduction to the subject of – recovering mail items in the Exchange Online based environment. We will review a couple of common misconceptions that relate to the scenario in which users report that his E-mail deleted. The need to verify if the scenario is indeed a…

Recovering deleted mail items using PowerShell cmdlets Search-Mailbox | 7#7 5/5 (1)

Post Views: 22,336 In the current article, we will review the use of the PowerShell cmdlets Search-Mailbox that we can use for searching and recovering specific mail items. The PowerShell cmdlets Search-Mailbox is the “older sister” of the newer PowerShell cmdlets New-MailboxSearch. Booth of this PowerShell cmdlets was designed for providing the Exchange administrator the…

Setting up an Automatic Reply in Office 365 using Public Folder | Part 3#7 5/5 (6)

Post Views: 9,485 In the current article, we review the implementation of an Automatic Reply mailbox rule using Public Folder in Office 365 based environment. In our scenario, we will use an Exchange Online Public Folder as a “service mailbox” for the human resource department. The Public Folder will serve as a “container” for resumes…

Setting up an Automatic Reply in Office 365 using mailbox rule and Shared mailbox | Part 5#7 4.94/5 (17)

Post Views: 46,648 In the current article, we review how to implement a configuration of Automatic Reply by using Exchange mailbox rule. The mailbox rule engine is part of any Exchange mailbox. In our specific scenario, we will use a Shared mailbox that will serve a “service mailbox” for our Help Desk team. The Help…

Manage Shared Mailbox by using PowerShell | Office 365 4.5/5 (8)

Post Views: 62,247 In the current article, we review how to implement common management tasks of Exchange Shared mailboxes using PowerShell. PowerShell | Help & additional information Running PowerShell commands in Office 365 based environment To be able to run the PowerShell commands specified in the current article, you will need to create a remote…