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Cutover Migration from Exchange 2016 to Office 365 (Part 2)

There are different migration methods for moving your on-premise mailboxes to Office 365. Cutover migration is one of the easiest method available. Other migration methods are, Staged, Hybrid and IMAP. In the previous article, I talked about pre-requisites of Cutover migration. Here I will show steps to perform cutover migration from Exchange 2016 to Office 365 […]
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Cutover Migration from Exchange 2016 to Office 365 (Part 1)

Cutover migration is the most easiest and straight forward migration type of Office 365. Other migration options are, Hybrid, Staged and IMAP. If your organization have less than 2000 mailboxes, you want Office 365 to manage mailbxes, then you can use Cutover migration to move mailboxes from on-premise Exchange server to Office 365. In this post, […]
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Change Domain Name of Multiple Users in Office 365

After adding new domain name to your Office 365 account, you can assign it to existing Office 365 users. When you sign up for Office 365 account and create new users, the users will have email address of company-name.onmicrosoft.com domain name. After adding the domain name, you can change the email address of users to yourdomain.com. […]
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Remove Domain Name from Office 365

The process of removing a domain name from Office 365 is different from adding a domain name. In this post, I will show steps to remove domain name from Office 365. Remove Domain Name from Office 365 Office 365 account is configured with domain name mustbegeek.com. To remove the domain name from Office 365, it should […]
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Add Domain Name in Office 365

After you sign up for Office 365, the very first thing you would want to do is add a domain name. Make sure you own the domain name, otherwise you can’t add the domain name. You will be stuck at verification page. In this post, I will show steps to add domain name in Office […]
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View Admin Audit Logs in Exchange 2016

In an organization, there can be multiple Exchange admins making changes to Exchange server. At some point you might want to know who made the changes and what changes were made. Instead of just asking them, you can audit and view changes made to Exchange server. Administrator audit logging feature was introduced in Exchange 2010. Admin […]
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Configure Email Disclaimer in Exchange 2016

Disclaimers are some legal statements that are added at the bottom of each emails that are coming or going out your organization. In Exchange 2016, disclaimers are configured as transport rules. Transport rule consists of one or more conditions, exceptions and actions. Transport rules are applied on Hub Transport or Edge Transport servers by transport agents. In this post, I will […]
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