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Office 365 Migration Procedure

This article covers an Office 365 migration using an Exchange 2007 setup. A “Staged Migration” is the method used to migrate off of Exchange Server 2003 and 2007. In this example the associated endpoint has already been set up and ADFS 2.o is already running (Active Directory Sync with Office 365 and Single Sign On) […]

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Custom User Principle Name For An Easier Life

When using Dirsync between your Active Directory and Office 365, it is very useful to be able to use a custom User Principle Name (UPN) so that you can use your email address for sign ins on both sides (rather than having a separate username for Active Directory). In fact, if you are going to […]

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Setting up Office 365 ADFS 2.0 (Active Directory Federation Services) and Dirsync

Setting up Office 365 ADFS 2.0  can be a tricky affair, but for a large organization it is very much worth the effort. If you are wondering exactly what ADFS is, let me refer you to an earlier article on that exact subject: What is Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) with Office 365? In this scenerio, […]

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Adding Multiple Email (SMTP) Addresses to an Office 365 User

The main user management page of office 365 is very simple and easy to use. However, you may have noticed that it has a pretty serious shortage of options and settings. A common task is to add multiple email addresses to be directed at a single office 365 user, but it isn’t obvious right off […]

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