Category Archives: Exchange Online

The *-UnifiedGroupLinks cmdlets now throw proper exceptions

Anyone that uses PowerShell inevitably runs into an error, I do it dozen times every day. PowerShell does offer a robust error handling, however when different teams within Microsoft produce modules and cmdlets, they implement error handling differently, which can … Continue reading

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Azure Cloud Shell now supports connecting to Exchange Online PowerShell for MFA-enabled accounts

In a recent article published over at Practical365.com, I covered Azure Cloud Shell and its use for managing Office 365 services. At the time of writing, there were some issues, such as being unable to connect to Exchange Online PowerShell … Continue reading

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Bug in the EAC rules UI causes erroneous “duplicate object” prompts

Everyone that has been using Microsoft’s cloud offerings is well aware of the fact that quality has drastically degraded over the past few years. The examples of features that don’t work as advertised or are just broken are numerous, and … Continue reading

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How Microsoft stores Windows Activity history and Cloud clipboard data inside your Office 365 mailbox

Over the past few years Microsoft has been releasing more and more cloud-enabled features and integrations for Windows 10. Activity history is one such feature, designed to synchronize information about apps and services you use, browsing data, media files played … Continue reading

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NonIPMRoot items returned in searches in Exchange Online

Everyone with some experience with Exchange knows that there’s a lot more to a mailbox than what we see in clients such as Outlook or OWA. The RecoverableItems subtree is one such example, storing items placed on hold, audit items, … Continue reading

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