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Autodiscover service and how to disable it on-premises – Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week

By | July 23rd, 2013|Tech Tip of the Week|

For this installment of “Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week”, we will be discussing the Autodiscover service and how to disable it on-premises.  This is extremely useful when you are in the midst of a migration or performing a staged migration (some users in O365 while others are still on-premises) so that it doesn’t interfere [...]

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Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week-Understanding and Configuring TLS Connectors in O365

By | June 24th, 2013|Tech Tip of the Week|

   For this edition of “Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week”, I am going to discuss configuring Inbound and Outbound connectors within Office 365 to use Forced TLS.  These connectors are important especially if your organization, or you are working with an organization, that have strict security requirements with regard to their email/messaging and require these TLS [...]

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ADFS and its integration with Office 365 – Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week

By | June 4th, 2013|Recommended Articles|

ADFS?  Not so fast!   ADFS and its integration with Office 365 Take a Free Trial of 365 Command. Designed to Quickly Enable You to Manage Microsoft Office 365 Online Services Better: You will Save time & money with advanced Office 365 management tools, analytics, reports, security insights & more. Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) was introduced by [...]

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Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week – Global Email Signatures For Office 365

By | May 7th, 2013|Tech Tip of the Week|

For this week’s edition of “Justin’s Tech tip of the week”, I’d like to discuss the implementation of Global Email Signatures for Office 365 Wave 15.  This is a functionality that has been greatly enhanced in the upgrade from Wave 14 and it is important especially if you are part of a company that standardizes, [...]

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Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week: Purging and Removing Deleted Users and Mailboxes from Office 365

By | April 25th, 2013|Office 365 Technical Tips, Tech Tip of the Week|

  For this week’s edition of Justin’s Tech Tip of the week, we will discuss how to purge/remove deleted users/mailboxes from Office 365 without having to wait for Microsoft’s default 30-day window to ultimately, completely eradicate the account. This is especially useful if there is a mistake or typo found with a particular user (for [...]

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Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week – Windows XP and Office 365

By | April 15th, 2013|Office 365 News and Updates, Office 365 Technical Tips, Tech Tip of the Week|

  For this week’s edition of Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week, I will discuss using Windows XP with Office 365, especially the new version of Office 365 (Wave 15).  For those of you who are moving to Office 365 or are in the process of migrating to Office 365 and still have some legacy [...]

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Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week – Alleviate local SSL cert pop-ups

By | April 8th, 2013|Office 365 Technical Tips, Tech Tip of the Week|

This week’s “Tech Tip of the week” focuses once again on Exchange Hybrid/Coexistence setups and/or migrations to Office 365.  In particular, this tech tip discusses how to alleviate the “annoying” SSL certificate pop-up that your Outlook users will start to receive when the Exchange 2010 or 2013 Hybrid server comes online. An example of this [...]

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Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week: Exchange Hybrid/Coexistence migrations to Office 365

By | April 2nd, 2013|Office 365 Technical Tips, Tech Tip of the Week|

My “Tech Tip of the Week” focuses on Exchange Hybrid/Coexistence migrations to Office 365 with the new Wave 15 (Exchange 2013) backend. If you are not aware, Microsoft released the new version of Office 365 (branded as “Wave 15”) about 1 month ago (Feb. 27, 2013) and there are some new wrinkles and challenges to [...]

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Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week – Mail Retrievals within Office 365

By | March 8th, 2013|Tech Tip of the Week|

The "Tech Tip of the Week" is about performing mail retrievals within Office 365. Mail Retrievals within Office 365 Take a Free Trial of 365 Command. Designed to Quickly Enable You to Manage Microsoft Office 365 Online Services Better: You will Save time & money with advanced Office 365 management tools, analytics, reports, security insights & more.   [...]

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Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week – Office 365 Calendar Invites and Meeting Requests

By | February 27th, 2013|Office 365 Technical Tips, Tech Tip of the Week|

This week I want to talk about Office 365 Calendar Invites and Meeting Requests Coming Across as Plain-text Email to Non-Mailbox Users within the GAL Office 365 Take a Free Trial of 365 Command. Designed to Quickly Enable You to Manage Microsoft Office 365 Online Services Better: You will Save time & money with advanced Office 365 management tools, [...]

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