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June 2015

Enabling ActiveSync for a Security Group using Powershell

 

Disabling ActiveSync for a Group of Users using Powershell

I have tested this only in a Hybrid environment. Create a Universal AD Security Group called O365_Disabled_ActiveSync_Users. Add all the members to it. Make sure it has an email address that registers in Office365. Connect to Office365 via Powershell ISE:

Copy the following code in a file called DisableActiveSync.ps1 and run in powershell. Add […]

Office365: Welcome Kit

The following page includes links and information that could serve as a “welcome kit” to Office 365 infrastructure or as “my first steps in Office 365 world”. DNS management Articles: How Office 365 manages DNS records Change how DNS records are managed with Office 365 Get help with Office 365 domains Find and fix issues […]

Manually converting a Mail User to a Remote User Mailbox

The changes that need to be made are: Configure the user attribute targetaddress to contain the remote routing address for the mailbox. This should be in the format user@vanitydomain.mail.onmicrosoft.com.  Set the msExchRemoteRecipientType attribute for the user account to equal 4. Set the msExchRecipientDisplayType attribute for the user account to equal-2147483642. (yes, this is a negative value) Set the msExchRecipientTypeDetails attribute for the user account […]

Deleteing & Permanently Deleting a user

Connect to Office365 via Powershell ISE

To delete a user:

Permanently delete a user or Remove the User from Recycle Bin:

Remove All the Users From the Cloud:

Remove All the Users From the Recycle Bin:

Remove All the Users With an Unlimited Count:

Mohammed Wasay

Dallas based Design Technologist & Hybrid Developer