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Hide O365 Groups from Outlook

February 26, 2019

If you’ve got Office 365 Groups kicking about in your Outlook profile but you’d really rather not see them or have them there then use power shell to “Hide” them. There are two ways to “Hide” an Office 365 group; 1) from the GAL or 2) from the Exchange Client. First, you will need to Read More

Turn Off Outlook “Clutter” feature with PowerShell

September 3, 2015

What is Clutter? – https://blogs.office.com/2015/03/03/making-clutter-office-365-even-better/ Here’s how to disable the Clutter feature in Outlook using PowerShell for All mailboxes or individual. Please also note that this will “Disable” the Clutter feature but the Clutter folder will still remain visible.  If you have Clutter enabled it will appear in the options area of your Office 365 Read More

How to copy a users Office 365 email with PowerShell

January 22, 2015

  This is a simple method of “moving” a users email from their Office 365 account to a “Target Folder” in another users account using PowerShell.  If you are unable to access their email in any other way this will work well. Firstly ensure the user connecting to Exchange Online is a member of the Read More

Open a Shared Calendar in Office 365 without mapping the inbox

January 14, 2015

Scenario: You want users to have Full access to a shared calendar but… You don’t want the inbox of this new account to be mapped to the users profile.   The above scenario can be achieved via PowerShell First connect to the MSOL Exchange tenant with PowerShell $UserCredential = Credential user@someplace.com $Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Read More

Stephanie Kahlam

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