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  • Blog Post: Protect Your IP Using Document Fingerprints

    In Exchange Online you can protect your intellectual property (IP) from being sent (leaked) in emails - commonly referred to as Data Loss Protection (DLP). To define what you want to block from being sent usually involves a bit of work; eg defining patterns of say credit card numbers etc. But DLP...
  • Blog Post: Now you can control who sees what in the Exchange Online GAL

    Companies who have gone through a merger often need to have separate Global Address Lists (GAL) per company, with functionality that allows users to see only other appropriate users. Schools often need different views of the GAL for subsets of users within the same organization - restrict students’...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Web App in SharePoint Online

    Many SharePoint Online customers would like to be able to see Exchange Online data on their SharePoint Online pages (e.g their inbox or their calendar). First thought would be to use the built-in Outlook Web App Web Parts. However – if you read the “Outlook Web App Web Parts”...
  • Blog Post: Items are missing from your mailbox when you use Outlook to connect to Exchange Online

    If you are using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, Microsoft Outlook 2010, or Microsoft Outlook 2013 Preview to connect Microsoft Exchange Online and you notice that some messages are missing from the mailbox, the issue may occur if one or more of the following conditions are true: The message was...
  • Blog Post: How to create auto signatures centrally in Office 365 Exchange Online

    Many are asking if they can make use of centralized auto signatures in Exchange Online in Office 365. The answer is yes - and its done using Disclaimers . To automatically apply disclaimers to e-mail messages, you use Transport Rules . You create Transport Rules in the Exchange Control Panel - just...
  • Blog Post: Quick Tip: Get more Inbox Rules in Exchange Online

    If you use Exchange Online in Office 365 together with Outlook you are limited to 64 KB worth of inbox rules (or appx 45 rules). When you reach the 64 KB limit, you'll be warned that you can't create any more rules. If that happens, you'll have to delete or simplify some of your existing rules before...
  • Blog Post: Office Web App Attachment Preview

    Outlook Web App now integrates the Office Web Apps into the attachment previewing experience for Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations. When Office Web App attachment preview is enabled, users see an Open In Browser link next to the Office Web App document type in Outlook...
  • Blog Post: Free/Busy Viewing and Calendar Sharing in Office 365 Hybrid Environments

    We often get the question: "For Office 365 organizations in a hybrid Exchange deployment (some users on-premises, some users in Exchange Online), what Free/Busy viewing and Calendar sharing options are available?" In the below table you'll see whats avaliable in an organisation with a mix of Exchange...
  • Blog Post: Understanding Shared Mailboxes in Office 365 (updated)

    Many potential customers are asking about departmental mailboxes in Office 365. How can a department, a team etc share a mailbox, and does it involve a license? Shared mailboxes in Office 365 Exchange Online allow a group of users to view and send e-mail from a common mailbox. A shared mailbox...
  • Blog Post: Email Recipient Rate Limit raised from 1,500 to 10,000

    To discourage users from sending unsolicited bulk messages, Exchange Online has restrictions that prevent users and applications from sending large volumes of email. Customers who send a lot of e-mails will need to understand the limits to how many messages can be sent from a single account in a period...
  • Blog Post: Understanding Recipient Rate Limits in Office 365 (updated Nov 2012)

    To discourage users from sending unsolicited bulk messages, Exchange Online has restrictions that prevent users and applications from sending large volumes of email. Customers who send a lot of e-mails will need to understand the limits to how many messages can be sent from a single account in a period...
  • Blog Post: Recover deleted-deleted mail in Exchange Online

    If you accidently delete a mail - and on top of that accidently empty the Deleted Items folder - you can still get to that ‘deleted-deleted’ mail using the Recover Deleted Items command. A deleted mail will be kept in your Deleted Items folder until it is manually deleted from there...
  • Blog Post: How to prevent internal users from autoforwaring mails to external recipients

    For reasons of their own, some users create Inbox rules to auto-forward their work mails to their private mail or other external domains. As an administrator thats not necessarily at desired scenario. To prevent internal users from auto-forwaring mails to external recipients you can create a Transport...
  • Blog Post: Office 365 for Project Collaboration Success

    Are you tired of relying on email to facilitate project collaboration? Wouldn’t it be great if there was a more efficient project collaboration solution out there? Office 365 can take your project collaboration practices to the next level. The folks from the Microsoft Project Team compiled a...
  • Blog Post: Winning combination - a shared mailbox in Exchange Online and a queue in CRM Online

    A very popular feature in Exchange Online is shared mailboxes . A shared mailbox is a mailbox that multiple users can open to read and send e-mail message. It does not require a license if it doesn’t exceed 5 GB in size, and you are free to create as many shared mailboxes as you like. It can provide...
  • Blog Post: Public Folders in Office 365

    If you are currently on Exchange Server, you most likely are using Public Folders in some sort or shape. Maybe you are considering Exhange Online in Office 365, and heard somewhere that Exchange Online does not support public folders? Well, thats true. The good thing is, many of the usage scenarios...
  • Blog Post: Userfriendly Shared Mailboxes in Office 365

    Updated March 27, 2012 One of the very popular features of Exchange Online in Office 365 is the ability to create Shared Mailboxes . In Exchange Online you are free to create as many Shared Mailboxes you like. A Shared Mailbox smaller than 5GB in size do not require a license. Many customers will...
  • Blog Post: Need to archive your Exchange Online mailbox in the Cloud?

    Perhaps you are looking at the Cloud (Office 365) for a convenient place for email archiving. With the introduction of Office 365, Exchange Hosted Archiving (EHA) was replaced by Exchange Online Archive ( EOA ). EOA is a solution for associating a cloud-based archive with an on-premises primary Exchange...
  • Blog Post: Create Shared Mailboxes Without PowerShell

    In the current version of Exchange Online, you create and configure shared mailboxes using the Windows PowerShell command line. You must create the shared mailbox, configure quotas, and then assign permissions so that users can open and send messages from the shared mailbox. To make this task a lot easier...
  • Blog Post: Calculating bandwidth required for Exchange clients

    Maybe you are considering moving to Exchange Online in Office 365 and would like to know how much Internet bandwidth will be required to support your Exchange clients after the migration is completed? The new Exchange Client Bandwidth Calculator Beta is now available for download. The Calculator...
  • Blog Post: Mobile Device Management in Exchange Online

    Mobile devices are an integral part of the business environment. Employees are using their devices for web browsing, personal email, corporate communications and much more. Office 365 supports the native ActiveSync features and policies of Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1, including: ActiveSync...
  • Blog Post: Save time planning meetings - share your calendar externally

    If you - like me - spend a great deal of your day doing calendar juggling, you might be interested in the Calendar Publishing feature in Office 365. There is a lot of time saved if your external contacts can check your calendar for available time slots before they go on and send you a meeting request...
  • Blog Post: A couple of tips for setting up Shared Mailboxes (updated)

    A shared mailbox is a great way to implement department mailboxes, shared calendars and lots of other things. On the web you'll find several detailed step-by-steps for setting up shared mailboxes: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/microsoft_cloud/archive/2011/11/18/set-up-shared-mailboxes-in-office-365.aspx...
  • Blog Post: Collaboration in Exchange Online

    Exchange Online provides the following rich features that can help your end users easily collaborate in email: Site mailboxes Public folders Shared mailboxes Groups (also called distribution groups) Each of these features has a different user experience and feature set and should...
  • Blog Post: Search and Destroy PST files (updated Apr 2013)

    Many Exchange customers wants to move away from PSTs and take advantage of the expanded storage and compliance capabilities in the latest version of Exchange. A new, free and downloadable tool called the "PST Capture tool" is (hopefully) entering (maybe private) beta soon. With this tool...