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Remove Old ActiveSync Devices on Exchange Using PowerShell

This will be a quick how-to guide on removing old/stale ActiveSync devices from Microsoft Exchange. Note 1: I have only run this on an on-premises Exchange 2007 server so I am not sure if it will work in 2010, 2013 … Continue reading

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Setting Office 365 User Passwords to Never Expire

The default policy for Office 365 user accounts is to automatically expire their passwords after 90 days. Some of our users experienced this today and the most annoying thing about it was that they were not warned beforehand about it. … Continue reading

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Archiving a User’s Mailbox on Office 365

So an employee has left the company and you now need to archive the mailbox due to legal and/or company policies. This article will give you a quick overview on how you can achieve this goal on an Office 365 … Continue reading

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Disable Remote PowerShell for Office365 Users

For one reason or another, you may want to disable remote PowerShell access for all the users in your organisation. The main reason for doing so would be to prevent ‘reconnaissance’ type attacks whereby a user will try to gain … Continue reading

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Add E-mail Aliases to Your Office 365 Distribution Groups

If you’ve set up distribution groups on Office 365, you will notice a section in the DG ‘details’ page titled ‘E-Mail Options’… under this title is the following text: “The group can receive messages sent to the following addresses.” From … Continue reading

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