Complete Guide on Migrating the Safe Links Block List to Tenant Allow/Block List

Complete Guide on Migrating the Safe Links Block List to Tenant Allow/Block List

Security Update Coming Your Way! According to Microsoft, Beginning February 13th 2023, the Safe Links Block List will no longer be enforced. Entries on this list will no longer be considered unsafe and blocked at the time of the click, as all Safe Links Block List should be migrated to the Tenant Block List. This is a major shift in security strategy, which gives more granular control over what links are allowed, rather than just blocking known bad links in…

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Goodbye RPS: Remote PowerShell Retirement in Exchange Online 

Goodbye RPS: Remote PowerShell Retirement in Exchange Online 

Exchange Online PowerShell uses Remote PowerShell to connect to Exchange Online tenant and perform various management tasks such as creating and managing mailboxes, automating tasks, creating reports, performing bulk operations on multiple accounts, and configuring various settings.  Recently Microsoft made announcement regarding deprecation of Remote PowerShell (RPS) in Exchange Online. Starting from June 1, 2023, Microsoft will begin phasing out the use of Remote PowerShell (RPS) for Exchange Online, with a complete cut-off on July 1, 2023.    How to…

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Configure Org-wide Email Signatures using Disclaimers in Microsoft 365

Configure Org-wide Email Signatures using Disclaimers in Microsoft 365

Email is a crucial form of communication in today’s business world. One key aspect of professional email correspondence is the use of an org-wide email signature. Not only does it promote the brand, but also serves as a digital business card. However, there are limitations to using the disclaimer method to configure organization-wide email signatures in Microsoft 365. In this blog post, we will give a step-by-step guide on the concept of creating email signatures in Microsoft 365 using disclaimers and discuss…

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Improved User Request Process for Blocked Microsoft Teams Apps

Improved User Request Process for Blocked Microsoft Teams Apps

Microsoft Teams comes with a handful of apps including custom apps, third-party, and other apps that enhance collaboration. Handling these apps by permitting or prohibiting them enables administrators to regulate app usage within the organization, thereby ensuring security. In order to improve this experience, Microsoft has announced the availability of MS Teams user request process settings that allow users to request access to apps that have been blocked within their organization. It also permits admins to approve or reject them…

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2022 Recap: Essential Office 365 Scripts for Administrators 

2022 Recap: Essential Office 365 Scripts for Administrators 

Hurray! 😎It’s one year blogging anniversary 🎉for ‘M365scripts’. A hark back at the best blogs of the year is the only way to celebrate this! The purpose of this recap is to summarize the most wanted Office 365 blogs under a single roof that helped most of the admins. These blogs include helpful Office 365 scripts for user management, major feature updates, and other key configurations. Let’s break into the topic straightaway!  PowerShell Scripts for Easy Management   1. Effectively Manage Microsoft Teams using PowerShell…

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Customize Undelivered Message Retry Period in Exchange Online

Customize Undelivered Message Retry Period in Exchange Online

Email is an integral part of the way organizations conduct business, so every email sent and received needs to be monitored appropriately. Otherwise, it might collapse the entire organization framework. There are times, however, when emails won’t be delivered to the recipient due to any Microsoft 365 service breakdown, internal network glitches, etc. This results in emails getting piled up in the queued messages and are periodically reattempted to deliver them. And here is where Microsoft brought the idea of message…

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A Complete Guide to Manage Tags in Microsoft Teams

A Complete Guide to Manage Tags in Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams holds an ideal place in organization collaborations. Its @mention feature makes communication within Team channels and chats trouble-free. One similar feature that does, even more, is ‘tagging’. Organizations use tagging to facilitate the attention of one or more people at the same time. Managing those tags is simple but limited to a few options in the Microsoft Teams admin center. However, if you are a large organization and are struggling to manage a lot of tags, Microsoft Graph…

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All New Experience to Recall Messages in Exchange Online

All New Experience to Recall Messages in Exchange Online

Emails are one important means of communication in this tech world. We send emails every day for various reasons. Also, when it comes to an organization, there is nothing to be surprised by!  It is inevitable that we all have experienced situations where we sent emails mistakenly and wished that they could disappear from those inboxes. ‘Recall Messages in Exchange Online’ is to the rescue! The ‘Recalling’ functionality in Outlook becomes a savior here. It helps by retrieving unread messages…

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Block Shared Mailbox Sign-in To Protect Your Office 365 Environment

Block Shared Mailbox Sign-in To Protect Your Office 365 Environment

In Office 365, mailboxes are used to transmit email messages. As far as it is concerned, protecting those mailboxes is also necessary. A shared mailbox allows multiple users to access the same mailbox. But the real problem exists in shared mailbox security, especially with the auto-generated password when you create a shared mailbox. To Block shared mailbox sign-in is the best way to avoid those troublesome situations. Let’s check how!  What Is a Shared Mailbox Used For?  A shared mailbox…

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Enable MS Teams Public Preview to Enjoy Earlier Access to New Feature Updates

Enable MS Teams Public Preview to Enjoy Earlier Access to New Feature Updates

As we all know, a steady stream of new features and updates is released every month in MS Teams. The pace of updates makes it essential to stay on top of key feature updates and test them before they get deployed. Currently, 83 updates are in development, 63 updates are being rolled out and 232 updates are generally available. Yeah, it’s huge!  To get early access to the latest updates before they are generally available, enabling Teams Public preview is…

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