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Office 365 sessions at TechEd North America 2012


As I have done the previous years, I have compiled a list of all the Office 365 related sessions from TechEd North America 2012, which runs this week (June 11-14) in Orlando, FL. They are all available as on demand recordings (webcasts) and slide decks are also online. Here is the complete overview of the Office 365 sessions: Licensing Your Public and Private Cloud with Microsoft Office 365, Windows Azure, SQL Server and System Center (Speaker: Mark Croft) Microsoft Office…

Personalize the OWA URL for Office 365


I have received the follow question a couple of times, so I thought I would write a blog post about it. If it is possible to add a more intuitive and simple URL for mail hosted on Office 365? It is possible and described below. The known URL for Office 365 is: – from there the users can access Outlook and SharePoint. But what if end users, just want to quickly access Exchange OWA. And the URL might…

How to configure Send As Permission to a User in Office 365


If you need to give Send As Permissions to a User in Office 365, it can be done using a few simple commands in Exchange Online PowerShell. Send As permission is used when you need to give a user permission to use another recipient’s email address in the From address. First connect to your Office 365 tenant, using Windows PowerShell. To connect to Exchange Online, just start a PowerShell session and type in following commands: $Cred = Get-Credential The above…

How to Change The Retention Policy for Deleted Items in Office 365


If you need to change the Deleted Items Retention Policy from the default 30 days to something else, e.g. 90 days. It can be done using a simple command in Exchange Online PowerShell (see my previous posts on how to connect to MS Online). When you are connected using PowerShell, the following command, will set the Deleted Items Retention Tag Policy to 90 days (instead of the default 30 days): Set-RetentionPolicyTag "Deleted Items" -AgeLimitForRetention 90   See the article Retention…

Catch-all mail on Office 365


I have gotten the question from time to time, about if it possible to create a catch-all mailbox on Office 365 (Exchange Online). So I thought I would highlight it in a blog post. Unfortunately for those, who have the needs. This is not possible in Office 365 (Exchange Online). This is stated in the Service Description guide: “Microsoft Exchange Online for Enterprises Service Description.docx” from Microsoft: A catch-all mailbox receives messages sent to email addresses in a domain that…

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