Author Archives: Vasil Michev

Managing mailbox permissions on the folder level in Bulk

In the Exchange world, delegating access to a shared resource is usually performed by granting Full Access permissions, meaning that the delegate will get full and unconditional access to all items in folders in the mailbox. Sometimes, this is not … Continue reading

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Updated settings layout in the Azure AD blade

Over the last few weeks, some reorganization has happened in the Azure AD blade in the Azure portal, and some of the settings have been moved around. Some new settings have also appeared, so let see what’s changed. If you … Continue reading

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Did you know: at least one SMTP address needs to match the UPN in Office 365

It’s┬ásometimes surprising that even 7 years after Office 365 launched I keep running into basic things I have overlooked, or simply forgotten about. One such example is the fact that Office 365 enforces the requirement that at least one of … Continue reading

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Azure AD PowerShell module version 2.0.1.6 released

Another minor version of the Azure AD PowerShell module released at the end of last week, namely 2.0.1.6. The modules doesn’t bring anything that interesting, which seems to be the trend lately. Only the following new cmdlets have been introduced: … Continue reading

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Azure AD login process no longer validates usernames

Did you know that the recently released refresh on the Azure AD login pages features a change in behavior in validating the credentials presented? Namely, the login page will no longer inform you if you provide an invalid username, such … Continue reading

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