List All Office 365 Mailboxes that Forward Emails to a Specific User  

List All Office 365 Mailboxes that Forward Emails to a Specific User  

Getting a list of Office 365 mailboxes with a forward is accessible. But in some situations, admins want to know a list of Office 365 mailboxes that forward emails to a specific user. For example, when an employee leaves an organization, admins need to identify the automatic email forwarding to that user and replace the user with a new one.      How to Get All Mailboxes that Forward to a Specific User?   Suppose you try to identify automatic email forwarding to a…

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Bulk Import Contacts to Office 365 using PowerShell 

Bulk Import Contacts to Office 365 using PowerShell 

Here is another blog with one of the required use cases of Microsoft 365 admins, ‘Bulk import contacts to Office 365 Global Address List (GAL) using CSV file’.   Contacts are people from inside or outside your organization. External contacts are vendors, customers, contractors, etc., whose email address is an external email address.     When do We need to Import Contacts to Exchange Online?   When the organization has a lot of business contacts that they want to add to the GAL. …

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How to Add Bulk Users to SharePoint Group using PowerShell 

How to Add Bulk Users to SharePoint Group using PowerShell 

SharePoint groups allow members to access SharePoint content, such as documents, lists, and libraries. As a SharePoint admin often, you might be in the situation of adding multiple users to a SharePoint group. This blog will help you manage SharePoint Online group membership using PowerShell. Before running the script/cmdlet, you must connect to SharePoint Online PowerShell.   Content: Add bulk users to the SPO group List all the SharePoint Online groups Get SharePoint Online group members Remove bulk users from the…

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Manage Delegate Access Control on Protected Emails in Outlook using PowerShell 

Manage Delegate Access Control on Protected Emails in Outlook using PowerShell 

Microsoft 365 provides an option to control access on protected emails, such as emails protected by MIP sensitivity labels or RMS protected emails for delegates and shared mailbox members.   Delegate Access Control on Protected Emails – How it Started?   Even though the feature exists already, it has a few inconsistencies. When a delegate has full access to the mailbox, the delegate can access encrypted emails based on the Outlook client they are using.    Delegate access: Delegates can view encrypted emails…

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How to Save Sent Items in Shared Mailbox

How to Save Sent Items in Shared Mailbox

Recently, I have seen the following queries in Microsoft 365 forums.  Shared mailbox sent items are saved in personal sent items  Shared mailbox sent items are not saved in the shared mailbox sent items folder  So, I thought to provide a solution for this problem through my blog.  Who can Send Messages from a Shared Mailbox?  Shared mailbox delegates can send emails from the shared mailbox based on the permissions delegated, such as ‘send as’ or ‘send on behalf. ‘ …

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Top 10 Microsoft Graph PowerShell Cmdlets for Office 365 Admins

Top 10 Microsoft Graph PowerShell Cmdlets for Office 365 Admins

Lately, Microsoft announced Msol online, and Azure AD modules will be deprecated after December 2022. So, it’s time to switch to the Microsoft Graph module. As of now, there are no tools to convert Msol and Azure AD modules to their Microsoft Graph counterparts. While it’s familiar to generate Microsoft 365 reports, it’s quite new with MS Graph. So, in this blog, we’ll show you the equivalent top 10 Microsoft Graph PowerShell cmdlets that will help you conduct basic Office 365…

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How to Delete Older Emails in Outlook Using PowerShell

How to Delete Older Emails in Outlook Using PowerShell

With dozens of emails dropping in the mailbox every day, it is hard for a user to handle all those emails. Sometimes, bulk emails may come from a spammy marketing section, or phishing scams, that take up Outlook disk space. So, managing your Office 365 outlook storage space would be complicated and time-consuming. Typically to delete older emails from Outlook is the best strategy to boost the performance, storage, and work efficiency of Outlook.  But how will you manage the…

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How to Enable or Disable Archive Mailbox in Office 365 using PowerShell 

How to Enable or Disable Archive Mailbox in Office 365 using PowerShell 

Archiving allows mailboxes to possess extra mailbox storage space. By default, mailbox archiving (aka, in-place archiving) is disabled for all the mailboxes. When an archive mailbox is enabled, mailbox contents are moved to the archive mailbox based on the archiving policy.    After enabling the archive, a mailbox can have up to 100GB of additional storage. If a mailbox needs more storage, you can use an auto-expanding archive. To manage archiving, you can use the admin center or PowerShell. Let’s see…

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Manage Calendar Permissions in Office 365 Using PowerShell

Manage Calendar Permissions in Office 365 Using PowerShell

As companies everywhere started working remotely, calendar sharing has become incredibly useful and vital in boosting the efficiency and productivity of the organization. It keeps you informed about users’ daily activities and know what they’re up to. Setting up calendar permissions across the organization made everything more efficient than before. But the question is, are you making the most of your calendar?   If not, you’re missing out on the major part! You’ll miss out on what everyone is doing,…

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Manage Orphan groups in ease with Group Ownership Governance Policy

Manage Orphan groups in ease with Group Ownership Governance Policy

Managing the Office 365 groups and Teams has always been a painstaking task. What if there is no one to manage them? If Microsoft Teams owner left the company or the owner’s account was deleted or disabled, it becomes an ownerless team. These are called Orphaned Teams/Groups. Then, how will you manage ownerless groups effectively?  No Owner, No Management:  An ownerless group can function, and members can still collaborate, but the lack of an owner means that:  No one will be responsible…

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