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Next CoLabora User Group Meeting–this friday

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The team behind CoLabora are super excited to announce the agenda for March Meetup. The March meeting will focus 100% on Microsoft 365 and related services. All sessions will be delivered by MVP’s and SMEs with each individual area. All sessions will be delivered in English. Event Info Event date: 15. March 2019Event time: 9.00 to 11.30Event Page : https://www.meetup.com/CoLabora/events/258464608/ Agenda 09.00 Welcome and Introduction, Ronni Pedersen & Peter Schmidt09.05 Don’t get phished!, Peter Schmidt09.30 Unified Labling and Azure Information Protection,…

How To Change The Language and TimeZone Settings on Mailboxes in Office 365

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Recently I have had a few scenarios, where we had to change the Language and Time Zone of all or certain specific user Mailboxes in Office 365. So I thought, I might as well write up, this blog post, to collect all the information needed, to change setting on Language and Time Zone on Mailboxes. This would also work for Exchange (on-premise), it is the same cmdlets. If you need to do this, you need to connect to Exchange Online…

Slides from my sessions at NIC 2015 in Oslo

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Last week, I attended the Nordic Infrastructure Conference 2015 in Oslo, as a speaker. It was my first time at NIC and it is an awesome conference. Thanks for attending my sessions (those of you who did) and a huge thank for the organization behind NIC, for arranging a true International Conference in Scandinavia. Here you will find the Slides from my sessions: Understand how Exchange Online Protection works and how to deploy it successfully in your Organization Download Link: http://1drv.ms/1L2hWyJ Migrating…

How to set the postmaster address in Office 365

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By default when Exchange Online in Office 365 is setup for your organization, the postmaster address, e.g. postmaster@domain.com is set to postmaster@domain.onmicrosoft.com. This means that when someone sends mail to your organization and gets an NDR back, the sender is: postmaster@domain.onmicrosoft.com. If you want to change this, you can do so using PowerShell for Exchange Online. The procedure for changing this is: 1. Connect to your Exchange online using PowerShell 2. Change addres using command: Set-TransportConfig –ExternalPostmasterAddress postmaster@domain.com This…

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