Deadline Approaching For Depreciation of TLS 1.0 & 1.1 in Exchange Online

TLS has been has been the standard for secure mail transmission for a long time and you'd be hard pressed to find an organization that doesn't use it. With Exchange Online, we use opportunistic TLS by default, this means that if we can use TLS, we will - but if not, we won't. Generally for …

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Exchange Online Native Tenant to Tenant Migrations (Preview)

With the proliferation of Microsoft 365 as the collaboration platform of choice in the enterprise space, it's rare to find a large organization that hasn't undergone some form of tenant to tenant migration. This can be a result of mergers, acquisitions or divestitures. Microsoft have not previously had any native tooling to facilitate this and …

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Using Delegated Access Permissions in PowerShell to Manage all Microsoft 365 Services

I recently posted about how we can use Delegated Access Permissions via a partner relationship to connect to an Exchange Online organization through PowerShell. This is a fantastic piece of functionality for MSPs and CSPs to manage multiple tenancies securely without having managing a set of admin identities for all of their customers. To expand …

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Using Delegated Partner Access with Exchange Online PowerShell

The delegated admin privileges available to partner organizations such as MSPs and CSPs are fantastic to allow admin access without going to the trouble of maintaining a list of admin accounts for each customer. Along with just rotating accounts as people move through the business, ensuring the correct security is in place and requiring licensing …

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Azure AD Group Role Assignment – Exchange Online Access Denied

Azure AD Group Role Assignment is a great new preview feature that provides a lot of flexibility and governance to assigning admin roles in Azure AD / Office 365. When combined with Privileged Identity Managements new Privileged Access Groups (Preview) feature, we can begin to set up a really slick permission eligibility structure that is …

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Protecting Exchange Online Mail With DKIM

DomainKeys Identified Mail is a security standard for email which leverages public and private certificates to secure the transit of mails by signing them as they leave the source environment. The recipients can then verify the sender by looking up the public key via DNS lookup. Having DKIM set up for your mail domains goes …

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Now Live – Using Plus Addressing In Exchange Online

A feature that has been missing for a long time in Microsoft Exchange, and something a lot of Exchange Admins may not have even known existed, is the concept of "Plus Addressing". Plus addressing essentially allows an additional 'tag' to be added to a sent email, this 'tag' or 'plus address' helps provide context around …

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Office 365 Outlook Insider Build – ‘Pin Email’ Feature

On my personal laptop, I run the Office Insider Build so that I can assess new features before they come into production. One of the cool new features that has been released to Beta recently is the ability in Outlook to Pin an email. If you're anything like me you can spend hours sifting through …

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