Category Archives: Office 365

Expanding the functionality of the Start-HistoricalSearch cmdlet

Those of you accustomed to running message traces in Office 365 are probably aware of the Start-HistoricalSearch cmdlet, used to asynchronously request a trace for events past the 10-day horizon supported by Get-MessageTrace. In addition, the cmdlet is used to … Continue reading

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Compliance center and Security center are rolling out to Office 365 customers

Since we seem to be on a compliance-related spree, here’s another article on the topic. Over this week, the specialized Compliance center and Security center have finally started rolling out to Office 365 customers. They were announced back at Ignite … Continue reading

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Issue with Office 365 compliance raises some serious questions

The year started with some compliance related news, namely the deprecation of eDiscovery/In-Place Holds in the EAC, as well as the beloved Search-Mailbox cmdlet. Some questionable decisions were made there IMO, as the suggested replacements either require you to spend … Continue reading

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Microsoft is deprecating Search-Mailbox and the legacy eDiscovery experience in July 2020

Happy new year 🙂 Some of you might already be aware of the plans to deprecate the old, Exchange-only eDiscovery experience that is still available as part of the Exchange Admin Center, as well as the underlying PowerShell cmdlets. In … Continue reading

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Reporting on Teams apps and tabs

Ever since Office 365 Groups were launched with support for connectors, the problem of reporting just what data sources a given Group or Team is connecting to has been lurking in the minds of IT admins and security folks. Microsoft … Continue reading

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