365 Command is an administrative tool that allows you to manage every aspect of Office 365 accounts. It makes accessing Powershell commands and displaying information in your Office 365 environment a simple and intuitive process. With 365 Command, everything you need from Office 365 and Powershell is at your fingertips in just a few clicks.

This page provides a brief overview of the following:

Logging Into 365 Command

  1. Go to https://admin.365command.com/.
  2. In the user name and password fields, enter your 365 Command user name and password. Your 365 Command user name and password would either have been assigned to you by an Administrator or assigned by you during Step 1 of the registration process.
  3. Click Sign in (Fig.1). The 365 Command Dashboard Page appears.

    Fig. 1 (Click image for magnified view)

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365 Command Dashboard

The 365 Command Dashboard provides a snapshot of your Office 365 environment. This includes mailbox sizes, item counts, top email servers, and other pertinent information (Fig.2). For more information and instructions on how to use the Dashboard, go to the Main Page.

Navigation Menu and Menu Scroll Bar

The Dashboard has a navigation menu on the left side of the page which allows you to navigate to different parts of the 365 Command application and access its different functionality (Fig.2).

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Fig. 2 (Click image for magnified view)

The navigation menu also has a scroll bar you can use to scroll through and access all the menu options. To access the scroll bar, hover your cursor on the left side of the menu (Fig.3). Use the scroll bar to scroll through the menu and access all the available menu options.


Fig. 3 (Click image for magnified view)

For more information on the navigation menu and its corresponding options, go to the Main Page.

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365 Command Maps

The Maps page provides a visual representation of all the data center locations within the company’s Office 365 account. For more information on the Maps feature and instructions on how to use it, go to Maps.

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365 Command Actions

365 Command simplifies the following administrator tasks:

  • Modify Passwords
    Here you can both set and remove passwords for a single user or a group of users. For instructions on how to use this feature, go to Modify Passwords.

  • Created Shared Mailboxes
    Here you can create a mailbox that is shared among users and/or groups of your choice. Powershell allows you to create shared mailboxes but 365 Command simplifies this process. For instructions on how to use this feature, go to Create Shared Mailbox.

  • Edit Mailbox Permissions
    Here you can select permissions that you want to remove or grant to to users and/or groups of your choice. Powershell allows you to grant mailbox permissions to your user base but 365 Command makes this task intuitive and easy. For instructions on how to use this feature, go to Edit Mailbox Permissions.

  • Edit Folder Permissions
    Here you can modify any users’ mailbox folder permissions and give select users access to these folders without having to share their entire mailbox. 365 Command simplifies this task by allowing you to select the user (whose folder permissions you want to modify), the folders and the user who will receive these access permissions with a few intuitive clicks. For instructions on how to use this feature, go to Edit Folder Permissions.

  • Set Mailbox Forwarder
    Here you can select both the mailboxes from which you want to forward messages and the mailbox that will receive these forwarded messages. Additionally, you can also remove/modify forwarder settings of mailboxes. For instructions on how to use this feature, go to Set Mailbox Forwarder.

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365 Command List Actions

  • List Office 365 Users
    Here you can view the list of all the company’s Office 365 user accounts and view administrator-related details like Password never Expires status, Usage Location and Licenses (among others). For instructions on how to use this feature, go to List Office 365 Users.

  • List Mailbox Details
    Here you can view the list of all the Exchange mailboxes associated with each Office 365 user as well as administrator-related details of these mailboxes like Mailbox Size, Item Count, Prohibit Receive Quota (among others). For instructions on how to use this feature, go to List Mailbox Details.

  • List Exchange Users
    Here you can view a list of the type of mailbox associated with each 365 Command user as well as administrator-related details like Recipient Type, Region, Windows Live ID, External Directory Object Id (among others). For instructions on how to use this feature, go to List Exchange Users.

  • List Mailbox Permissions
    Here you can view permission levels of all the Exchange mailboxes associated with each Office 365 user. For instructions on how to use this feature, go to List Mailbox Permissions.

  • List All Groups
    Here you can view a list of all the Exchange group mailboxes in 365 Command and administrator-related details like Group Type, Recipient Type, Primary SMTP Address (among others). For instructions on how to use this feature, go to List All Groups.

  • List All Devices
    Here you can view a list of all the device details associated with each device owned by the Office 365 user and administrator-related details like Device Type, First Sync Time and Device Access State (among others). For instructions on how to use this feature, go to List All Devices.

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365 Command Reports

365 Command offers a variety of reports that gives you the transparency you need when managing Office 365. These reports contain detailed information about your Office 365 environment and are arranged into categories for easy access. For instructions on how to use the Reports feature, go to Reports.

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365 Command Account Management

The 365 Command Account Management has various options for managing and viewing 365 Command parameters. For example, in Account Management you can change the 365 Command master password used to access the application. For instructions on how to use the Account Management feature, go to Account Management.

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Technical Support

For questions regarding the Overview page or any of the functionality listed on this page, please contact Technical Support.

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