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xSharePointProvisioning Module – PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC)

The xSharePointProvisioning module contains DSC resources to provision SharePoint artifacts using the Client Side Object Model (CSOM). There are two versions: one for O365 and ne for SharePoint on premise. 738 more words


Exchange Online Hybrid Migration Woes

There are plenty of good resources that step you through mailbox migration to Office 365/Exchange Online. Microsoft’s own Exchange Deployment Assistant does a nice job of walking you through the process. 532 more words


Office 365 Workaround to Configure a Catch-all Mailbox

This post will outline how to configure a catch-all mailbox in a Microsoft Office 365 hosted environment.

A catch-all usually refers to a mailbox on the domain that will catch all of the emails addressed to mailboxes on that domain that do not exist in the mail server.

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The Cost of Metadata

We all know metadata has value, which means we want as much of it as possible right?

So when I add a document to Office 365 I need to fill in additional fields that will be useful such as: 595 more words


Add Disclaimers to Outbound Messages in Office365

Emails are the most preferred vehicle for sharing information today. Not only the text body of the email, but often, also attached documents contain confidential information. 260 more words


How to create a text-size switcher in SharePoint with HTML5 Web storage

I’ve written a couple of post earlier about how to work with JS and cookies, that’s cool but now in the era of the client side it’s time to take a look into how to work with HTML5 Web Storage and Local Storage and in the example, how to create a simple text-size switcher. 1,233 more words


Powershell script to grant delegate permission to O365 Calendar

Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned
Function Connect-EXOnline {

$URL = “https://ps.outlook.com/powershell”

$Credentials = Get-Credential -Message “Enter your Office 365 admin credentials”

$EXOSession = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri $URL -Credential $Credentials -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection -Name “Exchange Online” 63 more words