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Built-in Dynamic Distribution Groups Report in the New Exchange Admin Center

Built-in Dynamic Distribution Groups Report in the New Exchange Admin Center

In the dynamic and ever-evolving world of Microsoft, keeping pace with the latest tools and features is crucial. One such transformation that demands attention is the deprecation of the classic Exchange Admin Center (EAC), paving the way for the new Exchange admin center. Microsoft strongly recommends embracing this new Exchange admin center, as it offers advanced capabilities and exciting enhancements to streamline your administrative tasks! ūüďĘ In this blog post, we will explore the latest additions of Dynamic distribution groups…

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Outlook Connectivity Modes Comparison: Cached Exchange Mode & Online Mode 

Outlook Connectivity Modes Comparison: Cached Exchange Mode & Online Mode 

Microsoft Outlook is one of the widely used email clients, with millions of users relying on it to send and receive emails, manage their calendars, and stay organized. One of the notable features of Outlook is the ability to work in two connectivity modes – Cached Exchange Mode and Online Mode. By default, Microsoft 365, Outlook.com, and Exchange accounts use Cached Exchange Mode, but users can switch to Online Mode anytime.¬†¬†Let‚Äôs get started with how these connectivity modes work, their…

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Connect to SharePoint Online Using PNP PowerShell

Connect to SharePoint Online Using PNP PowerShell

Are you tired of manual operations and want to automate SharePoint tasks? Look no further! With the PnP PowerShell, you can connect to SharePoint and automate various operations quickly and easily. Let’s explore how to connect to SharePoint Online using PnP PowerShell, a powerful tool that simplifies SharePoint administration tasks.¬†   What is SharePoint PnP PowerShell?¬† SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) PowerShell is a set of cmdlets designed to automate and simplify common SharePoint tasks. It is an open-source powered…

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Manage SharePoint Hub Sites Using PowerShell

Manage SharePoint Hub Sites Using PowerShell

A SharePoint hub site is a collection of sites that are associated with each other. It acts as a centralized hub for seamless sharing of information among sites, ensuring uniformity in appearance, navigation, theme inheritance, and search functionality. As an administrator, it’s crucial to have efficient methods to manage hub sites in SharePoint Online, and that’s where PowerShell comes in handy. Let‚Äôs explore PowerShell cmdlets for managing SharePoint hub sites in this blog. ¬† This comprehensive guide on SharePoint Online…

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Intelligent Meeting Recap in Microsoft Teams

Intelligent Meeting Recap in Microsoft Teams

As we all know, Microsoft recently launched a new Teams experience exclusively for Windows users, which is currently in preview mode. As part of their ongoing efforts to improve Microsoft Teams, another new feature – Intelligent Recap in Teams Meetings will be rolled out for both Teams Premium users and users without Teams Premium. The preview rollout will begin in early May, followed by the standard release in mid-May.¬†Let’s take a detailed look at the capabilities and benefits of Intelligent…

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Microsoft Teams Brings Green Screen Feature for Meetings!

Microsoft Teams Brings Green Screen Feature for Meetings!

Virtual meetings have become an integral¬†part of our daily lives, be it for work, school, or personal events. As such, it’s important to make these meetings as engaging and professional as possible. One way to do this is by using virtual backgrounds.¬†Now, Microsoft has taken this experience further to the next level by introducing green screen feature in Teams meetings. Like a cherry on top, Microsoft Teams‚Äô Green screen feature is in public preview now! Are you curious to access…

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Simplify Transport Rule and DLP Policy Evaluation with Test-Message Cmdlet

Simplify Transport Rule and DLP Policy Evaluation with Test-Message Cmdlet

Great news for Exchange administrators out there. The test-message cmdlet is back & better than ever!¬†¬† Exchange Online Test-Message cmdlet, which was temporarily disabled for further enhancements last year, is now generally available. This powerful cmdlet can now be used by tenant admins to independently investigate any issues related to the execution of Exchange Transport Rules (ETR) and Unified Data Loss Prevention (DLP) rules. With this newly improvised cmdlet, admins can also troubleshoot problems related to DLP policies and mail…

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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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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‚Äôs huge!¬† To get early access to the latest updates before they are generally available, enabling Microsoft Teams Public preview…

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How To Install/Update the Latest Exchange Online PowerShell V3 Module?

How To Install/Update the Latest Exchange Online PowerShell V3 Module?

As an admin, we all know that a few administrative works in Exchange Online can be done only using PowerShell. Currently, we are using Version 2 of Exchange Online PowerShell (EXO V2 module).¬†¬† In September 2022, Microsoft released a new module named the Exchange Online PowerShell v3 module (EXO V3 module) as general availability. One of the main highlights is the REST-based nature of this module, which does not require basic authentication to be enabled in WinRM. Now let’s take…

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