Block Sign-in from Shared Mailboxes

I Found something very interesting in the Microsoft 365 Admin Center related to Shared Mailboxes recently and was inquisitive to check more on that. No explanations required for Shared Mailboxes and how it operates and the limitations. As long as a licensed user has got the delegation rights, that said user can open the mailbox... Continue Reading →

Azure AD Group Based Licensing

As opposed to adding cloud based licenses per user basis or via powershell to automate license assignment with a security group, Azure's group based licensing is easy to do and will save a lot of time.This setup is ideal for the organizations which has a number of licenses for different types of users. Also will... Continue Reading →

Known Folder Move With OneDrive for Business

As Microsoft 365 evolves, to store user data and sync them easily across the devices, apply security, collaborate easily, OneDrive for Business (ODB) is the way. This article explains some basic operations you can perform to manage ODB drives in your tenant. This is my approach on making OneDrive for Business to replace user's traditional... Continue Reading →

The Hybrid Exchange Server Dilemma

This article is for anyone who is struggling and thinking how to get rid of the On Premises Exchange Server now all the mailboxes have been migrated to the cloud and no need of coexistence, federation and mail flow required. As you may already know (maybe) Microsoft recommends us to keep the last Exchange Server... Continue Reading →

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