Category Archives: Microsoft 365

Configuring extension attributes for devices in Azure AD

As some of you might know already, Microsoft is currently previewing the Filters for devices functionality for Conditional access policies. Among the attributes supported by this feature, you will find listed good old extensionAttributeXX, so the question on how to … Continue reading

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Sending as alias (proxy address) via Outlook Web App in Exchange Online

It’s finally happening! After years and years of requesting this feature, and after finally being promised back at Ignite 2019, Microsoft has now started deploying an update to the Outlook Web App that allows users to send as aliases (additional … Continue reading

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Updated retention settings for the Recoverable items subtree

As part of Message center post MC288630, Microsoft just announced plans to update the retention settings for some of the folders you can find under the Recoverable Items subtree. Specifically, the retention duration for the Purges, DiscoveryHolds and Versions folders … Continue reading

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Did you know: Outlook connection status details dialog

Since forever, Outlook has had the Connection status dialog, which you can access by right-clicking on the tray icon while holding the CTRL key. Said dialog displays some details around the connections made by Outlook across each of your accounts, … Continue reading

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Additional Azure AD app management policy controls introduced

In a previous article, we introduced the concept of Azure AD application management policies, a configuration object that allows tenants to control the type and lifetime of credentials used across Azure AD integrated applications and service principals. Said article was … Continue reading

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