Monthly Archives: February 2015

NEWS: Extended email retention for deleted items in Office 365

Originally posted on Kurt Shintaku's Blog:
The Office 365 team just announced that the length of time items remain in the Deleted Items folder in Exchange Online has been extended to indefinitely or according to the duration set by…

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Resolving DirSync user permission errors (another cool script)

Let’s start with this image. DirSync is unable to perform the appropriate reads and write backs to these users. This is because the “Inheritance is blocked” on these users. This is normal for users that belong to Domain Admins. In … Continue reading

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Easily add Hybrid email address to users that don’t follow e-mail address policy

When attempting to move a mailbox to Office 365 one of most common failures is due to the user not containing the hybrid email address. This is because this check box is unchecked and this is done because the user … Continue reading

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The Future of clothing stores

Although Amazon Prime membership in the US grew by 50 percent last year, there is still a need to try things on (TOUCH & FEEL) and clothing is the obvious product. I’m sure that most of us are fine with buying … Continue reading

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OneDrive sharing replaces traditional attachments in OWA

Using the Office 365 Outlook Web App, you can attach files directly from your OneDrive as Links. Adding a file automatically takes you to your OneDrive folder. But what if the file is still on your computer and NOT on … Continue reading

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Office 365 Advantages (not found in your typical ads)

I am going to outline some advantages available to current Exchange users that migrate to Office 365. If you have Exchange on premise, it is fairly easy to setup a hybrid environment. This means you can have some users with … Continue reading

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