When I opened up Outlook this morning I was prompted with a message saying that I had a new feature in Outlook, the ability to see who I am meeting with by viewing all responses to meeting requests. I did some quick testing of this to see whether it was just internal meetings/recipients. Sure enough, … More New Outlook Feature: See all meeting responses when not the organiser
In this first part of a two part series, I introduce the methods you can use to secure data in Microsoft Teams. This post focuses on Team Conversation and Files, while Part 2 will talk about individual chats, audit log investigation and what’s coming in the future to assist with security and compliance in Microsoft Teams. … More How to secure conversations and data in Microsoft Teams – Part One
I have spent the week at Microsoft Ignite here in Orlando. It has been a fantastic, informative week. My focus has been around Microsoft Teams, EM+S and Azure AD Premium, so Advanced Threat Protection, Cloud App Security and Conditional Access. I wrote an update on the Content and Code blog which you can read here … More I’m at Microsoft Ignite!
Season’s Greetings to you all! This is likely to be my last post of any substance of 2016, so let’s hope it’s a useful one! I have recently been in the position of needing to complete individual move requests from within a migration batch created using PowerShell and the New-MigrationBatch command. In the past I … More How To: Complete individual move request from a migration batch
Good news! Focused Inbox is now live in Exchange Online! Bad news, it is enabled by default for new mailboxes, even for migrated users, which could see a massive change in behaviour that you/your users aren’t expecting! Thankfully, if you are using the latest version of the Exchange Online PowerShell Module you can manage these … More Quick Tip: Managing Focused Inbox in Exchange Online
This is the second in a series of posts. You can find links to the other parts of the series here: Part One – Introduction Part Two – Full Mailbox Access In Part One I gave an overview of the different scenarios in which cross-premises permissions are affected in a Hybrid scenario between Office 365 … More Delegate permissions in Exchange Hybrid – Part Two – Full Mailbox Access
This is the first in a series of posts. You can find links to the other parts of the series here: Part One – Introduction Part Two – Full Mailbox Access One of the most important factors in a successful migration to Exchange Online is correctly batching your users to ensure as little disruption as … More Delegate permissions in Exchange Hybrid – Part One – Introduction