I came up to create this easy script (with a little bit of help) because I wanted to bulk assign users an E3 license but without assigning Exchange Online functionality. The scripts I found on the internet were way to complex or just not working.
You can have several reasons why you do not want to assign every part of the license to a user. In my case mailboxes for this customer would not be migrated to Office 365 for the next months and therefor I don’t want Office 365 to create a mailbox for these users. Continue reading “Bulk assign custom Office 365 licenses via Powershell”
Secure Webmail headers in Exchange
If you go to http://web-sniffer.net and fill in your OWA URL you will see that default some specific information is showed regarding to your internal Exchange organization. This includes your internal server name, IIS version used and the ASP.NET part. This is information you’d rather hide for the outside world. Continue reading “Secure OWA headers for Exchange Server”
Since there are already a lot of howto’s on the web on how to build a hybrid setup for Exchange 2013, I came across this alternative way to configure this whole thing with Oauth.
The problem I had and many others with me is that after configuring the Hybrid setup (manual or with the HCW) free/busy lookups were not working or maybe only working in a one way direction. Even after working with Microsoft Escalation Engineers for several days on what seems as such a small issue I needed a fast way to make this working. Microsoft recommended Oauth. Here is briefly how it works: Continue reading “Configure a Hybrid Exchange 2013 environment with Oauth”