Category Archives: Exchange Online

Microsoft updates the *-RecoverableItems cmdlets to include results from the Purges folder

Two years back, Microsoft introduced a set of cmdlets that aim to relieve some of the administrative burden related to recovering deleted content. While Exchange has some robust capabilities that help reduce the chance of data being inadvertently purged out … Continue reading

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Exchange Online V2 PowerShell module goes GA

I wont go into much details here, as we’ve covered the module extensively in our webinars, so I will just refer you to those for additional details: Working with the new Exchange cmdlets held back in Feb Working with the … Continue reading

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Using Fiddler to examine remote PowerShell sessions

Most of you have probably used Fiddler to troubleshoot an issue or two, and thus are familiar with it capabilities to capture and decrypt HTTP(S) traffic. In the Office 365 world, it’s a commonly used tool to investigate issues with … Continue reading

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Microsoft to retire New-MoveRequest for local mailbox moves in Office 365

In a short announcement posted over at the MTC, Microsoft announced plans to retire the self-service mailbox move functionality in Exchange Online. Said feature, made available via the New-MoveRequest cmdlet few years back, was initially launched as a tool to … Continue reading

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Updated controls for the Events from email functionality in Office 365

///UPDATE: The *-TxpUserSettings cmdlets seem to have been removed from the service. The warning printed when you run the Get-MailboxCalendarConfiguration cmdlet suggests that you should be using Get-EventsFromEmailConfiguration instead, but such cmdlet doesn’t seem to be available yet. Stay tuned… ///UPDATE … Continue reading

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