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How to add an Out of Office message in Office 365 using powershell

I know it’s a simply task to do from OWA, but if you want to add an Out of Office message for another user, you will have to reset it’s password, login into OWA and setup the message there. But I don’t want to reset the user’s password. So, after connecting to office 365, use … Continue reading How to add an Out of Office message in Office 365 using powershell

How to create an organization calendar in Office 365

Recently I migrated company’s email to Microsoft Office 365. Because I haven’t worked before with Office 365 the process wasn’t so easy as I expected initially, but after passing all challenges, I got it done. Next challenge was to create a company calendar so every user can use it. There are few posts on the … Continue reading How to create an organization calendar in Office 365

How to connect to Office 365 from powershell

MS Outlook & Exchange sucks but that’s what my company supports. I am not going to discuss why I need it this… it will end up in an unnecessary flame. Required software: Download and install Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=25150 Download and install Microsoft Sign In Assistant: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=39267 Download and install Windows Azure AD … Continue reading How to connect to Office 365 from powershell