Connect Office 365 Services PowerShell
Office 365 is in constant update and evolution, and so are its management and administration services. There is a lot of PowerShell ways, modules, session and prerequisites that you can use. Continue reading
Meeting Request Exchange Web Services PowerShell
We previously saw how to send an email with Exchange Web Services, now we’ll see how to send a meeting request with EWS and PowerShell.
I’m not aware of another way to create meeting request in PowerShell, so, this is not a pure learning experience now. Continue reading
Send email Exchange Web Services PowerShell
Since PowerShell version 1 there is a way to send mail with it. In v1, this was not strait forward, you needed to create a SMTP object from .net, and then use it to send an email based on an MailMessage object. In v2, you get the Send-MailMessage cmdlet. Those two methods use an SMTP server, there is a third one, with Exchange Web Services. There isn’t a real benefit for using those beside learn how to use EWS for doing greater things. Indeed, you can do a lot more with EWS than just send mail. Continue reading
Get Sent Items behavior Exchange Onprem
On Exchange on prem, you have two ways to manage how sent items are handle with shared mailboxes. You can use the GPO way, or you can modify a set the behavior on the mailboxes. Continue reading
Create Room List Office 365
By default with Outlook, the user experience for finding an available room is not great. Indeed, you need to check each room if it’s free, and then, book it.
You can connect to Exchange Online with those two lines (you’ll be prompted for Credentials) : Continue reading