Author Archives: Vasil Michev

Graph API introduces a transitiveReports endpoint for users and contacts

After a long overdue vacation, I took a look at the Graph API changelog in order to catch up with any new developments. One of the things that caught my eye was the new transitiveReports endpoint, which should nicely complement … Continue reading

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OneDrive for Business “deleted a large number of files” email notification

Hey folks, look at what landed in my Inbox yesterday: This is not a spam or a clever phishing message, it’s a legitimate email notification sent from SharePoint Online, as one can verify by looking at the headers. So why … Continue reading

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2021 “July morning” news roundup

It’s that time of the year again. I’m happy to announce that I’ve been renewed as Microsoft MVP in both the Office Apps & Services and Enterprise Mobility categories. That makes it 7 years now, so here’s hoping for 7 … Continue reading

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Checking Microsoft 365 Group resources via the Graph API

Ever since the release of Office 365 Groups (now Microsoft 365 Groups), the marketing and product folks at Microsoft have been nagging customers to switch to them, while blissfully ignoring most feedback about potential issues and concerns customers had. In … Continue reading

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Did you know: Search-Mailbox adjusting permissions on target folder

While browsing the Unified audit log in search for events related to some tests I performed the other day, I noticed something interesting. Namely, the “copy search results” workflow initiated by good old Search-Mailbox cmdlet took care of stripping folder-level … Continue reading

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