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Multi-tenant scenarios for ExO PowerShell certificate-based authentication

Now that we finally have support for automating Exchange Online PowerShell tasks in a manner compatible with modern authentication, organizations can start reworking their script to take advantage of the new capabilities. This also brings good news for ISVs that … Continue reading

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Mailbox folder permission cmdlets now return a PermissionSecurityPrincipal object

Albeit a minor change, this might affect some of your scripts, so you should be aware of it. Previously, the Get-MailboxFolderPermission cmdlet returned a ReducedRecipient object for the User property, and you could fetch a huge number of properties from … Continue reading

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Reporting on user’s last logged in date in Office 365

After a long, long wait, Microsoft is finally addressing one of the most common requests from Office 365/Microsoft 365/Azure AD admins – the ability to easily check when was the last time a given user logged in to the service. … Continue reading

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Windows update changes the way we work with files downloaded from the internet

So most of you are probably familiar with the Attachment Manager feature in Windows, which “stamps” files downloaded from the internet and works together with the SmartScreen feature to protect you from opening them accidentally. I wont go into much … Continue reading

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Preventing users from attaching files to messages via OWA

This seems like a relatively new addition to the service, but it is now possible to block users from attaching files when composing messages in OWA. To set those restrictions, you will need to use the OWA mailbox policy cmdlets, … Continue reading

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