Category Archives: Exchange Online

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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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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How to add a shared mailbox as additional account in Outlook 2016 (build 8431 and above) on Windows 10 (1709 and above)

The question of adding your shared mailbox(es) in Outlook remains one of the most common ones, mainly because Microsoft has failed to put a proper guidance on the differences between adding a shared mailbox as additional mailbox vs adding it … Continue reading

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Hiding Office 365 Groups from Outlook and OWA

The clutter created by Office 365 Groups adoption across organizations is slowly turning into a problem, and Microsoft is taking the first steps to address the issue. In case you have missed it, the following message appeared on the Office … Continue reading

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Bulk replacing proxy addresses based on a pattern

This one comes from the TechNet forums, where a user posted a query about being able to update the email aliases (proxy addresses) of a mailbox by removing a predefined string. As usual with such queries, the answer is to … Continue reading

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