Migrating to Exchange 2016 using the Exchange Admin Center

MS Exchange Server 2016 comes with advanced facilities that enterprises can’t wait to benefit from. Architecture simplicity, reliability, improved email-client features and cloud readiness are the hallmarks of this version. But when it’s time to upgrade to this new Exchange version, the existing Exchange data needs to be moved to it. So let’s go through …

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Office 365 Session Timeout Configuration

Office 365 session timeout configuration helps you control the behavior of a session when a user is accessing services. When a user is authenticated to Office 365 app, a session is established. During the session, user don’t have to re-authenticate to the app. Session can only expire when you’re either inactive, closed the browser/tab, token …

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Configuring Active Sync and Outlook client to access Shared Mailbox

Configuring Active Sync and outlook client to access shared mailbox is one of those requirements which every customer would like to have. I’ve seen a lot of customers asking me how they can access shared mailbox on active sync clients. Even few customers has asked me if it’s possible to configure shared mailbox to be …

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Understanding Shared Mailbox Limitations in Office 365

Shared mailbox in Exchange Online allow a group of users to view and send email from a common mailbox. Understanding shared mailbox limitations in office 365 is important for setting up right expectations for customers. A lot of customers asked questions about utilizing shared mailboxes in office 365. Before we suggest a solution to the customers …

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Office 365 Shared Mailbox Sent Items Limitation

Office 365 Shared mailbox makes it easy for a specific group of people to monitor and send email from a common email address. When a person in the group replies to a message sent to the shared mailbox, the email appears to be from the shared mailbox not from the individual user. Shared Mailbox sent …

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Moving to Exchange Online Session — Microsoft Innovation Center Lahore

Join me for detailed session about planning your migration to Exchange Online in Office 365. This session will cover planning your migration to office 365, how to decide what type of migration best fits to your requirements, best practices for during and after your migration, and some of the common mistakes organizations make on their …

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New Office 365 Import Service

Office 365 Import Service !! Manual migration of PST file to Exchange Online mailbox has always been a challenging task. Couple of years ago Microsoft released the PST Capture Tool which makes process bit easier and allowed you to organize all of your PST files to one location and then upload the content directly to …

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Connect Exchange Online using PowerShell

Connect Exchange Online using PowerShell Managing Exchange online with PowerShell requires you to connect with Exchange Online. Few months ago i was working on automating the process of connecting with Exchange online rather then writing the cmdlets every time i connect with Exchange online and you know what i come up with ? Powershell Function …

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