Setting up Room Finder in Office 365 using Room list

Introduction to Room List Setting up room finder in Office 365 using room list is required when you are migrating to Office 365 from a non-exchange platform or you are using Office 365 in your organization. Setting up Room finder in Office 365 using Room list feature is also available in on-premises exchange version as well. Based on your organization requirements, it could be possible that the users users may be used to of looking up conference rooms by checking

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Whitelist Senders and domains in office 365 to bypass Spam filters

Introduction Office 365 provides  number of tools to maximize the security to secure corporate information based on unique business and technical needs. When built-in Office 365 filters over qualify suspected SPAM, there are a few simple steps administrators can take to whitelist senders and domains in Office 365 to bypass spam filters. It can be a bad experience for end users when legitimate email is being quarantined or blocked as spam and landing in a quarantine folder. It’s recommended that you

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Bulk Assigning Customized licenses in Office 365 using Powershell

Introduction Bulk assigning customized licenses in office 365 using PowerShell is one of those rare asked that customer can ask you to do based on their business and technical requirements. I have been working with many enterprise customers and many of them come up with the same request to only assign the license for specific workloads in Office 365 as they do not prefer to assign the license of any workload for which they haven’t done the planning and implementation

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Convert Office 365 Domain to Managed

Introduction You are required to convert office 365 domain to managed when you have issues with federated domain or federation provider. We can leverage cloud based identities, synced identities or federated identities to authenticate in Office 365. This blog post is focused on converting the federated domain to managed in Office 365 when you have issues with your ADFS deployment or you are looking at taking off your federation with Office 365. Federated Identities also known as Single Sign on allows

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Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 Migration – Part 4

Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 Migration

Introduction In this blog series of Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 migration, we have worked on Exchange 2010 to 2016 migration planning, installed Exchange 2016 server and in previous article of this blog series, we started to work on Exchange 2016 server post installation configuration. We configured the virtual directories, SSL certificate and renamed the default mailbox database. In this part of the series we will configure mail flow and web based traffic configuration to point to Exchange 2016 server and

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