Office 365 User Provisioning Issue [Unable to create user’s mailbox]

Issue Description When a new user is created in On-Premise active directory which is then synced to Azure AD and a license has been assigned to the user, you get the error: This user’s on-premises mailbox hasn’t been migrated to Exchange Online. The Exchange Online mailbox will be available after migration is completed. Also, you see… Continue reading Office 365 User Provisioning Issue [Unable to create user’s mailbox]

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Export Users DisplayName, UsageLocation, UserPrincipalName, MFA Status, StrongAuthInfo, DefaultAuthMethod from office 365 / Azure AD using PowerShell in CSV

You can export Office365 users DisplayName, UsageLocation, UserPrincipalName, MFA Status, StrongAuthInfo, DefaultAuthMethod using powershell. The exported data will be in a CSV File which will list these details. Default MFA Method is useful when you want to know who in your company is using which MFA method to authenticate to office365 services. For example, this… Continue reading Export Users DisplayName, UsageLocation, UserPrincipalName, MFA Status, StrongAuthInfo, DefaultAuthMethod from office 365 / Azure AD using PowerShell in CSV

How to set the password to never expire for all the users on office365

There could be a requirement when you want to set the users password to never expire on office365. The setting for In-cloud accounts is controlled using Set-msoluser command. Please make sure before you set the password for the users to never expire, all users are enabled for Two Factor Authentication (2FA). You can create a… Continue reading How to set the password to never expire for all the users on office365

How to decommission Exchange Server 2010 after Office 365 Migration

Scenario Organization has moved all their mailboxes to the Exchange Online from On-Premise Exchange 2010 server. MX Record is cutover to office365 (inbound and outbound mail flow is moved to office365). Active Directory Synchronization is being used for Syncing the users to Azure Active Directory using Azure AD Connect. Requirement Decommission Exchange 2010 server from… Continue reading How to decommission Exchange Server 2010 after Office 365 Migration

Office365/Exchange Online – Messages are not moving to Archive Mailbox after Applying Retention Policy | Litigation Hold | Retention Hold

Recently came across an issue where we had applied the Mailbox Retention Policy for all the users but for some of the users, emails were not getting moved to Online Archive Mailbox. After investigating on this issue, it was identified that the retention hold was enabled on these users mailbox which was not allowing the… Continue reading Office365/Exchange Online – Messages are not moving to Archive Mailbox after Applying Retention Policy | Litigation Hold | Retention Hold

How to configure Office 365 SMTP Relay for Multi Functional Devices (Printers, Scanners etc.)

When you move all mailboxes to the office365 (“cloud”), the next thing in your task is to migrate the SMTP Relay Service. If you plan to keep your existing on premise exchange server then it can be used / utilized as a SMTP Relay server. Else, if you plan to decommission the exchange server for… Continue reading How to configure Office 365 SMTP Relay for Multi Functional Devices (Printers, Scanners etc.)

How to disable a particular service or license for example Teams from office 365 assigned license plan using Powershell

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When you assign office 365 license to a user, office 365 services are available to the users like Teams or SharePoint etc. You can enable or disable a specific license for an office 365 account or all office 365 accounts using powershell. Steps: 1) Open Powershell and connect to MSOnline Powershell Module using command connect-msolservice. If… Continue reading How to disable a particular service or license for example Teams from office 365 assigned license plan using Powershell

Powershell – Applying Licenses to list of users on Office 365

Summary: Whether the users are provisioned via Azure AD Connect Sync or directly on office 365 cloud (In-Cloud Users). We need to allocate and assign the licenses to the users to get certain features and functionality enabled for them. e.g. For working with Exchange Online, Once you have sync’ed the user to office365, you can assign… Continue reading Powershell – Applying Licenses to list of users on Office 365

Powershell – Export the list of users and licenses assigned to them from Office 365

Summary: PowerShell Commands to determine the Office 365 Licenses that have been assigned to users. Connect to Exchange Online (EXO) Connect to Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) List the SKUs (Stock keeping units) that the company Owns using Get-MsolAccountSku Export the Users with Licenses assigned to them to a CSV file References:  Product names and service… Continue reading Powershell – Export the list of users and licenses assigned to them from Office 365

Convert Synced user to In Cloud Only User Account on Office365

When you have Users Synced from your On-Premise Active Directory to Azure Active Directory (AAD) using Azure AD Connect Application, the user account sync status on office 365 will show as Synced from on-premises with this symbol . There are few steps which needs to be followed for converting a user account to In Cloud.… Continue reading Convert Synced user to In Cloud Only User Account on Office365