Office 365 : sipAddress vs msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress

As we prepare for the migration from on-premises Skype for Business to Skype for Business Online, there are a few important considerations to bear in mind before you take the leap. I will be covering these in a series of posts (hopefully), today I want to share with you a common scenario we will faceContinue reading “Office 365 : sipAddress vs msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress”

Office 365 – PowerShell – add a subdomain

For a federated domain (AD FS) only: ex: New-MsolDomain -Name -Authentication Federated =>else use AADConnect wizard KB article: For a managed (standard, in cloud, non-federated, password sync, cloud only, whatever you’d like to call it) domain ex: New-MsolDomain -Name -Authentication Managed Reference articles: Deprecated article:

Office 365 – Hybrid Modern authentication

  Hybrid modern authentication and prerequisites:   How to configure Exchange server to use HMA:      

Microsoft Support and Recovery Assistant

This will simplify the lineup of troubleshooting tools available for Outlook while at the same time provide the same level of Outlook scanning capabilities as OffCAT. In addition, SaRA also offers several enhancements including the ability to identify and fix specific issues with Outlook, Office Setup, OneDrive for Business, and several other Office programs. reading “Microsoft Support and Recovery Assistant”

Office 365 groups – how to disable welcome message notifications

There is no way by default; only after O365 groups creation using this powershell script: $UserCredential = Get-Credential $Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri -Credential $UserCredential -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection Import-PSSession $Session #Get all Office 365 Groups that have have the Welcome Message enabled $O365Groups = Get-UnifiedGroup | Where-Object{$_.WelcomeMessageEnabled -eq $true} #Iterate through the Groups,Continue reading “Office 365 groups – how to disable welcome message notifications”

Office 365 Message encryption (OME)

About Office 365 message encryption: New Office 365 Message Encryption capabilities built on top of Azure Information Protection, your organization can use protected email communication with people inside and outside your organization. The new OME capabilities work with other Office 365 organizations,, Gmail, and other email services OME How to: