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New SharePoint Features Added to 365 Command

Like the Exchange side of 365 Command we wanted to create a system which makes it easier for administrators to understand how their SharePoint environment is being used. With the new SharePoint features, you can quickly find out things such as: Manage Manage My Site Settings Edit List Permissions Edit Site Permissions Create a SharePoint [...]

By | June 18th, 2014|Recommended Articles|0 Comments

Send us your Feature Requests

We wanted to let you know that you can now submit feature requests directly through the Kaseya Helpdesk system at https://helpdesk.kaseya.com. Just scroll to the very bottom of the page and you’ll see a category called Cloud Application Management. Once in that section, you can like existing ideas or suggest your own. While we can’t [...]

By | June 17th, 2014|Recommended Articles|0 Comments

365 Command Joins Kaseya

We are happy to announce that 365 Command will be joining the world class IT systems management portfolio of Kaseya. This acquisition confirms the importance of reliable, easy to use cloud application management in today’s IT environments.   Read the full announcement here.

By | October 24th, 2013|365 Command In the News, Recommended Articles|0 Comments

365 Command Software Updates – Performing tasks has never been easier with 365 Command!

We've made some exciting software updates to 365 Command to continue to improve this web-based portal which is used to manage close to 1 million Office 365 mailboxes.  We've highlighted below the new features, improved functionality and enhanced customer experience we have added to 365 Command. Scheduled Reports With scheduled reports, 365 Command administrators can [...]

By | September 25th, 2013|365 Command Product News, Recommended Articles|0 Comments

New Features Added to 365 Command

The following new features have been added to 365 Command and are now available for use. Assign Licenses to Existing Accounts You can now assign licenses to existing accounts through the Office 365 Users screen by clicking the Licenses tab on the user.  The Office 365 Users screen itself has gone through some minor UI changes, [...]

By | June 26th, 2013|365 Command Product News, Recommended Articles|0 Comments

The Best Kept Secret in 365 Command

Many people have already realized that 365 Command can help them manage their Office 365 subscription, but most people don’t realize it can also help them manage their Active Directory environment through the use of the 365 Command Active Directory Extensions. When you are running Directory Synchronization with Office 365, there are still a large number of attributes that have to be modified in your local Active Directory and then synchronized to Office 365.  When you try and modify these attributes on users and groups you get messages like: The operation on mailbox XXXX failed because it’s out of the current user’s write scope. The action ‘Set-Mailbox’, ‘EmailAddresses’, can’t be performed on the object XXXX because the object is being synchronized from your on-premises organization. This action should be performed on the object in your on-premises organization. The action ‘Set-DistributionGroup’, ‘RequireSenderAuthenticationEnabled’, can’t be performed on the object XXXX because the object is being synchronized from your on-premises organization. This action should be performed on the object in your on-premises organization. If you are already an Exchange Guru, then you probably already know how to properly modify attributes such as ProxyAddress, AuthOrig, UnAuthOrig, DLMembRejectPerms, msExchangeRequireAuthToSendTo, meExchangeHideFromAddressLists.  Even for Guru’s it’s a time consuming process because many of these fields require you input the Distinguished Name of the objects. This is where the 365 Command Active Directory Extensions (AD Extensions) come in and really make things easier for novices and gurus alike.  Best of all, it’s free with your subscription to 365 Command. […]

By | May 15th, 2013|365 Command Product News|0 Comments

New Features Added to 365 Command

We've been listening to your feedback and are pleased to announce that several new features are now live in 365 Command. Send As Information Now Available On the List Exchange Permissions screen, as well as the reports screen, we are now displaying Full Mailbox Access along with the Send As Permissions.  This is also available [...]

By | May 6th, 2013|365 Command Product News|0 Comments