Category Archives: Azure

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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Office 365 Move Report

I have been doing a lot of Office 365 lately and I’ve been getting very “tired” of checking the status of mailbox moves at night. I get on the pc, check the status of the moves, then go back to … Continue reading

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DirSync generates 10,000 email alerts

While DirSync is a nice canned version of FIM, I have found it can run in a wild loop. By Default the DirSync tool runs every 3 hours. If there are any errors, it generates an email to the technical … Continue reading

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Move Fails in office 365 with empty domain

I have had a few failed moves in office 365. This is a hybrid configuration with adsync enabled. Note the extra space where the arrow is in the first image, normally it would say something like “…domain abc.local because…” In … Continue reading

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