Category Archives: Office 365

How to disconnect a mailbox & re-assign it to new user in a Hybrid Scenario

By | June 21, 2017

How to disconnect a mailbox & re-assign it to new user in a Hybrid Scenario Scenario objectives: We have an Exchange Hybrid setup between on-premises and Exchange Online (Office 365). All users are synced and the mailbox is located at Exchange Online. We need to separate an existing mailbox from its user account and re-connect… Read More »

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Match OnPrem Active Directory users to existing Office365 Users

By | July 29, 2016

Lets say you have an Office 365 account and cloud only users with mailboxes and now you decide that you want to sync it and match the Office 365 users with your Active Directory users. I prepared a lab with one DC and I created a trial Office 365 E3 account with custom domain. I created users… Read More »

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Create migration endpoint | (Cutover & Staging Migration)

By | May 31, 2016

Open the Office 365 Exchange Administration Console and go to Recipients > Migration > More > Migration endpoints and click on the plus sign to add a new endpoint. Select the type of migration endpoint (Outlook Anywhere) and enter the details requested: An email address that will be migrated – this is used to test… Read More »

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DirSync & Mail-Enabled Public Folders Distribution Group Members

By | October 6, 2015

During a latest Hybrid Migration from Exchange 2010 to Office 365, I encounter this problem. The client has Mail-Enabled Public Folders that are members of Distribution Groups. DirSync synchronizes all members of the Distribution Groups except the Mail-Enabled Public Folders. Also since the DirSync is active you cannot manually add the Mail-Enabled Public folder to the… Read More »

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Add public certificate on Exchange Server 2010

By | September 17, 2015

How to add a public certificate on Exchange Server 2010 I. Create CSR Open the Exchange Management Console Go to “Server configuration” Right Click the server and select “New Exchange Certificate” Enter a friendly name for the new cert. This is just a name. And click next Select if you need a wildcard certificate or not.… Read More »

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