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How to Remote PowerShell into Exchange Online Protection (Office 365)

Microsoft has announced the long-awaited (at least for me) possibility to use PowerShell to do Remote Connection to Exchange Online Protection. I have previously blogged about doing Remote PowerShell session into Office 365 services, such as my post: How to Remote PowerShell into Exchange Online (Office 365). Remote PowerShell is …

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Search for mails with Get-MessageTracking using wildcards

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Here are some updated field notes from a recent message tracking case. This post is also an update of a previous post about MessageTracking I made about a year ago.

Unfortunately the Tracking Log tool in Exchange Management Console (EMC) – does not allow the use of wildcard characters, when trying to search of all mails sent or received from a certain domain. EMC can only handle a specific user or list of users.

However using the Exchange Management Shell and the cmdlet Get-MessageTracking, you are able to use wildcards in your search.

Below I have listed two examples to search for all mails sent from the “msdigest.net” domain and received from the “msdigest.net”.

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