How-to Run a PowerShell Script – All Options Explained

PowerShell scripts are a great way to automate tasks, gather information, or modify properties in bulk. Most PowerShell commands are only a single line which you can just copy and paste in PowerShell. But how do you run a complete PowerShell Script? There are a … Read moreHow-to Run a PowerShell Script – All Options Explained

How to Get Mailbox Permissions with PowerShell – including CSV Report

How do you keep track of mailbox permissions in Exchange Online? Adding new permissions is easy and done quickly, but removing obsolete permissions is often forgotten. To keep track we want to get a report with all mailbox folder permissions. Mailbox permissions can be set … Read moreHow to Get Mailbox Permissions with PowerShell – including CSV Report

How to Setup SMTP Relay in Office 365

SMTP Relay

Sending emails from a scanner or web application can always be challenging. You don’t want to use a mailbox (with username and password) for this, but preferable an SMTP server that sends the mail for you. This is where we can use SMTP Relay in … Read moreHow to Setup SMTP Relay in Office 365

How to Create a PowerShell Profile – Step-by-Step

PowerShell Profile

Do you want to get more out of your PowerShell? Then make sure you configure your PowerShell Profile to boost your PowerShell console. The PowerShell Profile is a script that runs when you open PowerShell. It allows you to load PowerShell scripts or modules automatically, … Read moreHow to Create a PowerShell Profile – Step-by-Step

Get OneDrive Storage Metrics Report with PowerShell

Do you know how much OneDrive storage your users are using? Probably not, and in most cases, it also doesn’t really matter. They get 1TB of storage with most Microsoft 365 plans and the data is only synced with their own devices. But when you … Read moreGet OneDrive Storage Metrics Report with PowerShell

Office 365 Mailbox Size Report with PowerShell

Keeping track of your Office 365 Mailbox sizes is important. You don’t want the mailboxes of your users to reach their send and receive quota, to prevent errors like “Mailbox size limit Exceeded”. With the help of PowerShell, we can create an Office 365 Mailbox … Read moreOffice 365 Mailbox Size Report with PowerShell

Easy method to Check your PowerShell Version

The PowerShell version that you have installed determines the cmdlets and features that you can use. But how do you know which version you have installed? Well, with a single PowerShell command. Check PowerShell Version If you want a more user-friendly layout then you can … Read moreEasy method to Check your PowerShell Version