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Do Microsoft hate IT Pros? Outlook for iOS and Android is the punishment!

I want to be an IT hero, you want to be IT hero or heroine, we want to add value, provide benefits, help our staff and organization to be more efficient and ideally actually see IT as a good thing, something that actually helps them do their job and not just get in there way. 787 more words

Office 365

Export legacyExchangeDN from Global Address List in Outlook

In some migration scenarios it is necessary to export all legacyExchangeDN addresses from your Exchange environment. This is for example the case if you are doing a mail migration with .pst files. 166 more words

Exchange Online

SharePoint Integration: Investment for Business Maturity

Organizations are using Microsoft SharePoint as a development platform for various business functions and also as a collaboration tool. From intranet portals, custom applications and rising above redundancies in diverse processes and information across the organization to improving cost efficiency and gaining competitiveness, it is SharePoint all the way! 602 more words

CRM SharePoint Integration

Exchange Online - Lock down mail flow

By default, Office 365/Exchange Online allows mail to be received from any external source. This is done using a ‘hidden’ default inbound connector. The properties of this connector cannot be viewed or modified, even in Exchange Online Powershell. 250 more words

Office 365

Office 365 Videos

Videos covering Office 365, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, Lync Online and Security.

Introducing the New Office 365 Video Experience


Microsoft is building a video portal into Office 365!  1,122 more words

Office 365

Delegate Access in Exchange Online

In Exchange Online , which is a part of Microsoft Cloud Service Office 365 , you can grant access to any folder which is part of your mailbox to any colleague of yours. 88 more words


Selecting the right compliance framework to use with Exchange

Exchange 2010 upped Microsoft’s game when it came to the out-of-the-box compliance features available in the server. Exchange 2013 builds on that foundation to refine matters through features such as in-place holds and integration with SharePoint 2013; increased integration is available within Office 365 as Exchange and SharePoint Online share features like Data Loss Prevention. 910 more words