Category Archives: Microsoft 365

Exploring Azure AD users and Security groups via the SCC PowerShell cmdlets

I’ve blogged previously about the fact that “plain” Azure AD Security groups are synced to EXODS and can in fact be used to assign permissions or added as members of Exchange groups. Similar observations were then made about “non-recipient” Azure … Continue reading

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Exchange Online module now supports PowerShell 7/Core

Yesterday, Microsoft officially released the 2.0.4 version of the Exchange Online V2 PowerShell module. The biggest improvement this version brings is support for running the module on PowerShell 7+ instances, as announced back at Ignite. In other words, we now … Continue reading

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Microsoft finally adds some meaningful controls to the Power platform

One of Microsoft’s current goals is the expansion and accelerated adoption of its Power platform, so by now most of us are used to getting bombarded with marketing posts and sales pitches going on and on about the benefits of … Continue reading

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Self-service PowerShell throttling policy relaxation for Exchange Online

Many vendors, Microsoft included, enforce strict throttling policies on their services in order to make sure that resources are not being hogged by a single user/process. In the Exchange world, throttling policies were first introduced in Exchange 2010 and have … Continue reading

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Common issues when sending mail via PowerShell in Office 365

Lately I seem to run into such questions quite often, so I figured I’d put a short article outlining the most common issues one might run into when using PowerShell to send email messages via SMTP AUTH in Office 365. … Continue reading

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