Exchange Online

Configure Exchange Online inbound mail flow to accept SMTP connection only from a specific mail security gateway IP address 5/5 (5)

In the current article, we will review how to change the default Exchange Online incoming mail policy, which enables any host, to address Exchange Online using SMTP. A different way of describing such a scenario is – Block SMTP access of external mail servers to Exchange Online. In our scenario, we want to implement an…

Connect to Exchange Online using PowerShell 5/5 (3)

To be able to create a remote PowerShell session to Exchange Online, we can use the “Windows built PowerShell console”. We will need to use some “first-time” configurations, and then, the rest of the process includes running the required PowerShell command for connecting to Exchange Online. PowerShell console – First-time configuration To be able to…

Full Access Mailbox permission – Everything You Always Wanted to Know About But Were Afraid to Ask part 1/3 5/5 (2)

In this article, we will learn about different aspects of the famous mailbox permission: The Full Access. The reason for writing this article was a result of my frustration. When I had the need to get clear information about the concepts and the use of the “Full Access mailbox permission”, I have found many articles…

Connect to Office 365 and Exchange Online using a Script

Connect to Office 365 and Exchange Online using a Script 4.5/5 (2)

The need for managing two different environments: Office 365 and Exchange Online, using PowerShell, Poses a number of “obstacles” that we need to skip over. However,… worry not! In this article, we will learn how to easily use PowerShell script that will help us to efficiently and quickly create the required remote PowerShell session to…

Using remote PowerShell to Connect to Exchange Online

Connecting to Exchange Online with Remote PowerShell – PowerShell Nuggets 5/5 (1)

In the current article, we will review how connect to Exchange Online infrastructure by using remote PowerShell. This article is tagged under “PowerShell Nuggets”, meaning the style is KIS (Keep It Simple!) In case that you want to read more detailed explanation, use the following link: Using Remote PowerShell to manage Office 365 | Part…