Office 365 Automatically Assign License to Group

I like to automate as much as possible, and one of those repeating tasks is license assignment in Microsoft 365. You can automate the creation of users. It’s even possible to assign an Office 365 license with PowerShell. But most of the time it’s still … Read moreOffice 365 Automatically Assign License to Group

Find Email Addresses in Office 365 with PowerShell

Sometimes you need to find the user or a mailbox that is using a particular email address. Especially aliases are sometimes hard to find, and you don’t want to open each mailbox to check if it’s using the email address that you need. You can … Read moreFind Email Addresses in Office 365 with PowerShell

OneDrive 64bit is coming, but Don’t install it yet!

The most requested feature on the OneDrive UserVoice is a 64bit version of the OneDrive client. Yes, your current OneDrive client is still running on 32 bit. The request on the UserVoice is almost 5 years old, but it still isn’t finished. This month a … Read moreOneDrive 64bit is coming, but Don’t install it yet!

Connect to Exchange Online with PowerShell

Managing Exchange Online with PowerShell makes a lot of daily tasks a lot easier (and quicker). Not only for your daily tasks you may need PowerShell, but some settings in Exchange Online can only be changed with PowerShell. So how do you connect to Exchange … Read moreConnect to Exchange Online with PowerShell

Office 365 Plus Addressing – How To enable it

One of the most requested features on the Office 365 Uservoice is the support for Office 365 Plus Addressing, also known as subaddressing. Plus addressing allows users to dynamically create recipient email addresses, that can be used as disposable email addresses or for filtering in … Read moreOffice 365 Plus Addressing – How To enable it