Automatic update Holidays in AutoAttendant.

First of all, this can be you if you automate holiday updates in AutoAttendant with my script: A couple of days ago Microsoft realeased new features in preview for AutoAttendant. AutoAttendant in Skype for Business Online finaly have the ability to create holiday schedules! After fixing a bug that outputted wronge date values, i made … Continue reading Automatic update Holidays in AutoAttendant.

SharePoint LastItemUserModifiedDate

Wrote a short script that list all SharePoint sites in your Office 365 tennant with the LastItemUserModifiedDate. Could be handy to see if some sites are not used anymore. First i used Get-SPOSite and LastContentModified, but after some research it turned out that it was not so reliable: https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/6e264b4e-e4b4-4b46-a7b0-9686c0f6128e/lastcontentmodifieddate-is-not-giving-me-the-right-values-for-site-collections-sharepoint-online?forum=sharepointdevelopment My script is a modified version … Continue reading SharePoint LastItemUserModifiedDate

Custom notifications in Microsoft Teams

I started googling around to see if Teams had any PowerShell commandlets. Does not look like it, but its a work in progress. There is still a way to interact with Teams trough PowerShell. There is a connector in Teams called Incoming Webhook. This connector can post notifications from any scripting language trough JSON formatted … Continue reading Custom notifications in Microsoft Teams

Skype for Business – Automatic RGS Holidayset

The inspiration for this script came from Chris Hayward┬┤s blogpost/script for creating holiday sets from a JSON source: http://chrishayward.co.uk/2017/07/07/skype-for-business-automatically-set-rgs-holiday-sets-with-powershell-and-json/ As he mentions in the blogpost, the only source for JSON dates for most countries is sites that cost $$$. I ended up with the same conclusion. I thought that there should be a way to … Continue reading Skype for Business – Automatic RGS Holidayset

Office 365 bulk administration

Registered myself a Office 365 trial account some time ago: https://signup.microsoft.com/Signup?OfferId=101bde18-5ffb-4d79-a47b-f5b2c62525b3&dl=ENTERPRISEPREMIUM&culture=us-us&country=us&ali=1 As self education, i wanted to create a bulk administration script for Office 365. This to bether understand O365 and how PowerShell works with it. I ended up writing a bulk administration script with the following features: -Create Office 365 users from a list … Continue reading Office 365 bulk administration