This blog post is my experience using these two methods and is also a compressed version of them:https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/compliance/export-search-results?view=o365-worldwidehttps://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/compliance/use-network-upload-to-import-pst-files?view=o365-worldwide The question is, do you always need to use a 3rd party tools when doing migrations? Well, at least now you have a free alternative with out-of-the-box tools from Microsoft.Update: The reason I'm not using Cross Tenant … Continue reading Exchange Online Tenant to Tenant migration with free Microsoft methods!
Short blog post today with a script that exports the root contact list or a specific folder of a users Exchange Online mailbox. You need an Azure application with the app right Contact.Read. If you don't know how to use Graph API in PowerShell and create an Azure app, take a look here at my … Continue reading Export a users Exchange Online contact list/folder with Graph API!
When using Azure Automation one of the big questions have always been, what do we do about Runbooks that needs access to Exchange Online PowerShell? If you were reckless security wise you could always have an admin account with basic auth and no MFA. The second best thing, but a hassle, is to setup a … Continue reading Authenticate against Exchange Online in Azure Automation securely and easy with a certificate