I'll be speaking at E-Communications & Collaboration Day 2017 (BE-COM.eu) on May 3rd 2017

In a few weeks, I’ll be travelling to Novotel Leuven in my neighboring country Belgium for the E-Communications & Collaboration Day 2017, a full-day (May 3rd 2017) of expert presentations and content about Office 365, Exchange, Skype for Business and related technologies. During this day, I will be presenting “Securing Exchange Online”: In this session, … Continue reading "I'll be speaking at E-Communications & Collaboration Day 2017 (BE-COM.eu) on May 3rd 2017"

Can I place my Exchange hybrid management server in Azure and use Azure Domain Services?

As some might know (although I and others have to repeat this regularly…), if you enable directory synchronization from your on-premises Active Directory (AD) and you migrate all you Exchange mailboxes to Exchange Online you still require an Exchange server to manage mail(box) objects. It is the only supported solution, even though some use third … Continue reading "Can I place my Exchange hybrid management server in Azure and use Azure Domain Services?"

Cheat Sheet: Setting Exchange Mailbox User Permissions via PowerShell

One of the things I get asked about quite a lot, is how you can set specific permissions in Exchange Server and Exchange Online. Most cases the Management Console (in 2010) or the Exchange Admin Center (EAC, Exchange 2013 & 2016 and Online) provide most basic permissions like Full Access, Send As and Send On … Continue reading "Cheat Sheet: Setting Exchange Mailbox User Permissions via PowerShell"

Azure Active Directory Synchronization: Object Matching

This post is the fifth in a series about Azure Active Directory Synchronization and will cover Object Matching. Other posts have covered and will cover: Introduction, Part 1 Introduction, Part 2 Filtering, Part 1 Filtering, Part 2 Alternate Logon ID Object Matching and Joining Object matching or joining is relevant if you have multiple Active Directory … Continue reading "Azure Active Directory Synchronization: Object Matching"

Azure Active Directory Synchronization: Filtering, Part 2

This post is the fourth in a series about Azure Active Directory Synchronization and will cover Filtering. Originally I've planned to make this one post, but in my opinion it became to large and complex thus again a part 2. Other posts have covered and will cover: Introduction, Part 1 Introduction, Part 2 Filtering, Part … Continue reading "Azure Active Directory Synchronization: Filtering, Part 2"

Azure Active Directory Synchronization: Filtering, Part 1

This post is the third in a series about Azure Active Directory Synchronization and will cover Filtering. Originally I've planned to make this one post, but in my opinion it became too large and complex thus again a part 2. Other posts have covered and will cover: Introduction, Part 1 Introduction, Part 2 Filtering, Part … Continue reading "Azure Active Directory Synchronization: Filtering, Part 1"

Azure Active Directory Synchronization: An Introduction, Part 2

This post is the second in a series about Azure Active Directory Synchronization, covering part 2 of an introduction. Previous and follow up posts have covered and will cover: Introduction, Part 1 Filtering, Part 1 Filtering, Part 2 Object Matching Alternate Logon ID As most organizations will not require FIM, I will focus my attention … Continue reading "Azure Active Directory Synchronization: An Introduction, Part 2"

Azure Active Directory Synchronization: An Introduction, Part 1

This post is a first in a series about Azure Active Directory Synchronization, covering part 1 of the introduction. Follow up posts will cover: Introduction Part 2 Filtering Part 1 Filtering Part 2 Object Matching Alternate Logon ID   Why you want have synchronization For those who don't work regularly with Office 365 or other Microsoft cloud services … Continue reading "Azure Active Directory Synchronization: An Introduction, Part 1"

A quick look at the Sunrise Calendar app

Now that Microsoft has purchased the Sunrise Calendar app, it's probably a good idea to take a closer look to that app and see what we are or will be dealing with before everyone panics (again). The Acompli Outlook app for iOS and Android (from now on referenced as just the Outlook app) has received … Continue reading "A quick look at the Sunrise Calendar app"