Category Archives: PowerShell

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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PowerShell 7 is out, compatibility mode saves most Office 365 modules

Two years ago, the first major version of PowerShell Core got released. At that time, the product was quite crippled, as the move from .NET to .NET Core broke almost every non-bundled module out there. In turn, this resulted in … Continue reading

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Configuring retention for Office 365 audit logs

At the end of January, one of the most anticipated features in the Office 365 compliance arsenal started rolling out, namely the Longer-term retention on audit logs feature, with Roadmap ID #56794. Ever since the Unified audit log was introduced, … Continue reading

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Updated controls for the Events from email functionality in Office 365

Events from email have been around for a while in Office 365 now, and while the feature is a convenient one, some organizations immediately opted to disable it via the steps covered in our previous article. The process worked great … 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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