Netwoven Tech-talk

Tag Archives: Exchange Online

Message encryption policy for Exchange Online (OME)

Posted by
Date : March 28, 2017

When you intend to secure your email communication and want to ensure that your messages are only opened, forwarded or acted upon only by the intended recipients, you need to use the AADRMS that comes as a SAAS service of office 365. However the service requires some wizard driven configuration at the tenant level and certain level of administrative task to complete the service configuration. Continue Reading…

PowerApps – Microsoft’s new Beast.

Posted by
Date : March 29, 2016

Late last year, Microsoft introduced PowerApps, a new enterprise service that empowers users to connect, create and share business apps with team members on any device in minutes. I had a chance to review it and in this article, I describe the features of PowerApps and answer some common questions about it. Continue Reading…


Posted by
Date : December 24, 2015

SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is used when you set up an on-premises multi-function printer, scanner, fax, or line of business (LOB) application that needs to send email. If some or all of your mailboxes are in Office 365, there are a few options available: SMTP relay, client SMTP submission, or Direct Send. Continue Reading…

Moving from On-Premise to Office 365/Windows Azure – PART 5

Posted by
Date : May 8, 2015

Exchange Cut-Over Migration to Office 365


An organization can migrate a maximum of 1,000 Exchange 2003, Exchange 2007, or Exchange 2010 mailboxes to the cloud using a cutover Exchange migration. To migrate more than 1,000 Exchange 2003 or Exchange 2007 mailboxes, you can perform a staged Exchange migration. You can’t migrate Exchange 2010 mailboxes using a staged Exchange migration. Therefore, to migrate more than 1,000 Exchange 2010 mailboxes, you must implement a hybrid deployment. For more information, see Exchange Hybrid Deployment and Migration with Office 365. Continue Reading…

Moving from On-Premise to Office 365/Windows Azure – Part 4

Posted by
Date : December 2, 2014

Active Directory Filtering for Office 365 Directory Synchronisation (Dirsync)

In my last article of this series – I discussed way to move your dirsync to a different subscription. In this article I will show how we can refine the contents that we need to sync up to Azure AD.


Any office 365 subscription synced up to on-premise Active Directory will actually sync all users in the initial default configuration of dirsync tool. However in most cases, you would not like to see some accounts like service accounts, test accounts to appear in Windows Azure AD simply because they may me exclusively required for on-premise deployment of various products and their configurations. Continue Reading…