Tag: ExchangeOnline

  • Uninstall Primary Exchange 2010 Hybrid

    Uninstall Primary Exchange 2010 Hybrid

    So, secondary server is uninstalled. Now, we can uninstall Primary Exchange 2010 Hybrid Server or if you only have one, this blog post might be more for you. As in the prior unstallation of the secondary Exchange 2010 hybrid servers, I start With the uninstallation to see what prereqs we have to deal With and […]

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  • Uninstall Secondary Exchange 2010 Hybrid

    Uninstall Secondary Exchange 2010 Hybrid

    I often do Exchange Hybrid for medium and large customers, so they can migrate to Exchange Online in Office 365. Every customer gets a free Exchange 2013 License to create a Hybrid Server, which is a must for Exchange 2007, but for Exchange 2010 you can Upgrade to latest Service Pack and have Hybrid features […]

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  • Exchange Online Shared Mailbox Free

    Exchange Online Shared Mailbox Free

    Microsoft have made it available to create free mailboxes in Exchange Online 🙂 These mailboxes do not have a Active Directory User attached, so they can only be reached trough other Office 365 MailboxEnabledUsers.   New-Mailbox -Name “NameIT” -Alias NameIT -Shared This will create a mailbox with your tenant Onmicrosoft.com domain.   Set-Mailbox NameIT -ProhibitSendReceiveQuota […]

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  • Office365 Hybrid Mailflow Alternatives

    Office365 Hybrid Mailflow Alternatives

    Point your MX-record to your On-Prem Exchange Hybrid Server or Exchange Online Protection (Office365).   Oldest alternative: Leave your MX-Record pointing to your On-Prem Exchange Hybrid Server, and keep you mailfilter service.   Newest alternative: Point your MX-Recod to Exchange Online Protection (EOP+Office365) and have your mail washed by EOP.   Why would you choose […]

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  • Connect/Disconnect Powershell to Exchange Online

    Connect/Disconnect Powershell to Exchange Online

    Requirements: Windows Azure Cmdlets for Windows Powershell. First thing first, start your Powershell with Windows Azure Cmdlets Create a placeholder for your credentials: $LiveCred = Get-Credential Popup box will ask for your Office 365 Global Administrator credentials. Create a placeholder for your Powershell Session towards Exchange Online. $Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://ps.outlook.com/powershell/ -Credential […]

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I am Roy Apalnes, a Microsoft Cloud Evangelist working av Sopra Steria. Main focus in Microsoft Security and Endpoint Management, with a bigger picture in mind.

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