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Don’t Archive Notes in Office 365

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Don’t Archive Notes Are your notes suddenly disappearing in Office 365? That’s probably because you have enabled archiving in the Exchange Admin center with a retention policy set. The good news is there is an easy way to allow your users to mark the notes folder not to archive.

Recover Deleted Items in Office 365

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By default, you can recover deleted items in Office 365 for 14 days. However, you can put a litigation hold on the mailbox which would increase the recoverable items up to a storage capacity of 30GB (Assuming you have Exchange Online Plan 2). And this doesn’t count against your

TheITBros Microsoft Office 365 Migration Guide

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We just migrated a company to Microsoft Office 365 and we thought we would share our experience and troubleshooting tips. We hope this saves you some time and makes your migration as smooth as possible! Please share this article with everyone you know. I would have killed to have

Export Mailbox to PST with Powershell from Exchange 2007

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Export PSTs Ever need to export a PST from your Exchange 2007 server? We needed to when it came to migrating to Office 365. There are always times you need backups and so this was a fast way to export PSTs. Please note, if you are running Exchange 2007

Outlook 2010 with 365 is not showing Online Archives

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Outlook Archives If you are running Microsoft Office 2007 Standard, 2010 Standard, or 2013 standard and aren’t seeing the personal archives, that is because those versions aren’t supported. You want to make sure you have the correct licensing if you want your end users to see the Online Archives

Disable Autodiscover on Exchange 2007 Server

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This tutorial will show you how to disable autodiscover on an Exchange 2007 on-premise server. Microsoft says this can’t be done, but the following steps below do work and have been tested. We were recently involved in a 365 migration and needed to connect to the old Exchange server

Change Password in Office 365 via Powershell

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These are instructions on how to manually change a password for an account in 365 via Windows Powershell. This is the only way to set a password specifically to something you want. Otherwise, when you reset a password through the Exchange Admin Center, it will randomly choose one for

Add Calendar Permissions in Office 365 via Powershell

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This is a tutorial on adding calendar permissions in Office 365 for your users via Powershell. You can add permissions onto a specific mailbox, or you can add it onto a security group. Office 365 Calendar Permissions Step 1 The first is step is to launch Windows Powershell. I

Office 365 – “This message could not be sent. Try sending the message again later…”

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Error Message: This message could not be sent. Try sending the message again later, or contact your network administrator. Error is [0x80070005-00000000-00000000]. You might be receiving this when trying to send from a shared mailbox in office 365 or trying to send FROM a distribution list. This is most

Search Office 365 Wave 15 by License Type

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A lot of people, including myself have looked for an easy way to search for users by license type. Maybe you are in the middle of a migration and had trial accounts, but now it is time to move them to paid licenses. In the new Wave 15 environment