Mailbox migration is a complex process which requires technical skills and knowledge of both the source and the target environment. One of the questions that comes up while planning the migration is roles and permissions required to successfully execute the migration. You could drop the subject by simply stating “get global admin if it’s Microsoft 365 (Office 365) and Organization Management role when on-premises”. However, your company might have a strict policy to follow the principle of least privilege. That’s when knowing the exact required permissions comes in handy.Continue reading "Roles and permissions required to migrate to Microsoft 365"
To create mailboxes in Microsoft 365 (Office 365), you can use the admin center or PowerShell. Both methods support individual and bulk creation methods. See step-by-step instructions on how to create user or shared mailboxes in your Microsoft 365 tenant.Continue reading "How to create or import mailboxes to Microsoft 365"
Microsoft 365 admins have many tools they can use to secure documents and emails. One of those tools is a sensitivity label. I’ll explain in detail what a sensitivity label is, how to set it up and test if it works well.Continue reading "All about sensitivity labels in Exchange Online"
Shift to the cloud is affecting all IT fields, including device management where Microsoft Intune is getting more and more popular at the cost of solutions such as Group Policies or Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (MECM).Continue reading "Intune application deployment: a quick guide"
Listening to the users’ voices, Exchange Team finally deployed the Plus Addressing feature (aka subaddresing or Dynamic ‘+’ Email Aliases) in Exchange Online in October 2020. The feature was literally won over by Exchange admins, getting 6589 votes on UserVoice (back when UserVoice was still used to collect feedback) and becoming the top requested one at the same time.Continue reading "How to enable and use plus addressing in Exchange Online"
GoDaddy is quite a recognizable brand dealing with web services. The company titles itself the world’s #1 domain registrar but there is a lot more to GoDaddy than domain registration, e.g.: website hosting & design, online stores, SSL certificates and (the focus of this article) email hosting. We’ve recently observed a rising interest in the last area, specifically, migration from GoDaddy to Microsoft 365 (Office 365).Continue reading "Email migration from GoDaddy to Microsoft 365 made easy with CodeTwo"
After you export Outlook contacts using guidelines from this article, there is almost always the second step – importing these into another email client. This article shows how to quickly import Outlook contacts to most popular email clients:Continue reading "How to import Outlook contacts to another Outlook or Gmail"
The Safe Senders list in Outlook lets you control which emails don’t land in the infamous Junk Email folder. On the other hand, the Blocked Senders list is a blacklist which stops emails from reaching the inbox. Together they are one of the multiple ways to protect you from spam and phishing, while helping “good emails” to reach you just fine. Read on to see how exactly it works and how you can effectively manage these lists.Continue reading "How to use the Blocked Senders / Safe Senders list in Outlook"
Update: This article was updated on September 8, 2021.
Just as with every major release of a new Microsoft’s OS, each IT geek in the world probably asks themselves a question: What may the new version have in store for its users? So, if you can’t wait to learn about new and updated Windows 11 features, read this convenient summary to find all the news in one place.Continue reading "What’s new in Windows 11 from an admin’s perspective?"
Your Outlook can have quite an extensive contact base. There might come a time when you need to export these Outlook contacts (maybe even together with some other mailbox items). In this article, I’ll show you how to export contacts from Outlook to CSV, PST and VCF files.Continue reading "How to export Outlook contacts"