If you want to find all files in a particular folder with “hello” in the name, you could use the search function built into Windows Explorer, but if you want
This PowerShell script will give you a report of all of your Office 365 mailbox users who haven’t logged in for any given number of days. Once you’ve saved the script
In steps 4 and 5 of part one I wrote, 4. Delete on-premise groups. After verifying that I had all the data I needed to rebuild them in the cloud
In step 2 of part 1, I created online versions of all my on-premise distribution groups: 2. Create groups in Exchange Online. I used the list I created in step
In part one (see here) I mentioned a PowerShell script (Export_DistroGroup.ps1) that I wrote to export certain settings of distribution groups in preparation for migrating them to Office 365. 1.
I am most of the way through a hybrid-mode migration from Exchange 2010 to Office 365. There are a few stages in a hybrid migration. During the process, your on-premise
Of course, this only works with a single column in the hashtable… Say you have a list of mailboxes in a hashtable, like this: $Mailboxes = Get-Mailboxes -OrganizationalUnit administration But