Restore Recycle bin SharePoint Online with PowerShell

One of my users deleted a whole document library containing more than 12000 items. He synced the folder to his desktop, to find out it was way too big. Unfortunately, he deleted the items from his desktop without stopping the synchronization first. You can restore items from the recycle bin in SharePoint Online, but this many items can easier be done…

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Exchange Online and Apple Mail

Most Apple users really like the Apple Mail application and don’t want to switch to Outlook when they buy Office 365 or Exchange Online. And that is not necessary either, but connecting the Exchange Online mailbox in Apple Mail can be tricky sometimes. On some clients, the autodiscovery feature is not working correctly. Also adding a shared mailbox is a little…

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Cloud Based Monitoring tools Compared

While more applications are moving to cloud, the need for a local server goes away. But as an IT Pro, you still want to monitor your IT infrastructure. This is where a cloud based monitoring solution comes in. You only need to install a small agent on a simple pc to monitor the whole network. No need for a server…

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Office 365 Business Plans – What you need to know

For small and mid-size business are the Office 365 Business Plans the best fit. There are three business plans within office 365, Business Essentials, Business and Business Premium. But which plan do you need, what are the important differences and how do you decide which one you should buy? This article will explain the differences between the Office 365 Business…

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Office 365 F1 vs E1 Plans Compared

Microsoft replaced the Office 365 Kiosk version for the Office 365 Firstline workers. With this new option now available, should you buy the F1 license or it better to spend the few extra dollars and go for the E1? So let’s compare Office 365 F1 vs E1 and figure out when you should buy the one or the other. This…

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