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I was recently asked if there was a way to see a list of users who had mobile devices attached to their Office 365 account.  In order to do this I have written a PowerShell script. 

The script is generic only relies on you having global admin access to Office 365. Built into my script is the comm...

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This October the 31st not only marks the well known holiday that is Halloween but it also marks the date when Microsoft removes the support for RPC over HTTP aka Outlook Anywhere from Office 365 (Exchange Online), this will have a profound affect for some users who are not on the latest version of O...

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Microsoft Flow is a product that is included within your Office 365 subscription, but can also be bought seperately.  It is a workflow service, which means you can use Flow to automate a wide variety of tasks that you find yourself carrying out everyday.  From as simple as sending you a notification...

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In February 2017 Microsoft ended support for Office 2013 Office 365 Pro Plus, Small Business Premium, Business, Project Pro, and Visio Pro subscriptions.  This means the client application and language packs are no longer available for installation from the Office 365 Admin Centre, no features updat...

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Microsoft have now released Microsoft Teams to the general public.   This new offering within Office 365 is a new collaboration application, putting Microsoft directly in competition with Slack.  Teams is available to  anyone with an Office 365 Business Essentials, Business Premium, and Enterprise E...

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