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Month: August 2022

Set Office 365 Users’ Password to Never Expire Using MS Graph PowerShell

Set Office 365 Users’ Password to Never Expire Using MS Graph PowerShell

Developing a strong password is the most effective strategy to keep your Office 365 environment secure. As part of the password expiration policy, users are likely to change their passwords frequently. Since passwords are often changed, users tend to choose weaker and easier passwords over time. Therefore, these passwords can get hacked at ease.   Frequent password changes lead to weak passwords, so it’s better to have a solid and hard-to-crack password strategy, which can be set to never expire, right?  It…

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How to Set Automatic Out of Office Reply Using PowerShell

How to Set Automatic Out of Office Reply Using PowerShell

Out of Office (OOF) automatic reply messages helps to notify other users who are trying to reach you in Outlook when you are unavailable. For example, say you are on vacation, you can set up an automatic reply in Office 365. This way, other users will know you are unavailable for a while.  Configuring automatic replies is essential to prevent communication lapses between OOF users and their clients. What if a user missed setting up an Out of Office message…

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