Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 – Part 2

Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 – Part 2

In the first post in this series on Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 I discussed the basics of the product.  I demonstrated installation and configuration as well as how to perform the first full backup of all mailboxes.  In…

Export O365 Mailbox to PST using eDiscovery

Export O365 Mailbox to PST using eDiscovery

If you have to export O365 mailbox to PST you can use tools in eDiscovery to perform the task.  There are lots of blog posts out there on the process.  My former colleague Louis Warren at itgroove wrote a very…

Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 – Part 1

Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 – Part 1

Veeam released their backup tool for Office 365 sometime ago.  It is a standalone product that can be used in conjunction with Veeam Backup & Replication or just by itself. The main thrust of the product is to allow you…

Teams for the Win!

Teams for the Win!

Great!  Your small business signed up for Office365!  Email is live.  Fabulous!  Now what do you do? Congratulations, you have joined a large community.  The major on-boarding driver to O365 is email.  For many organizations that seems to be where…

A Tale of Two Workflows – Part 2

A Tale of Two Workflows – Part 2

In my last post I discussed how leveraging workflows capability in O365 is a way to maximize the benefits of O365. And I demonstrated a basic workflow built inside SharePoint Online.  This post will continue that theme and show a…

A Tale of Two Workflows – Part 1

A Tale of Two Workflows – Part 1

This is the first of two posts that discusses simple workflows creation in Office365. It may be debatable if moving server loads to the Cloud is viable for SMB’s. There is no debate whatsoever over the benefit of leveraging O365…

Hammers and Screwdrivers (O365 Teams and Groups)

I’m attending the Microsoft MVP Summit (third time, brain still explodes) and while I can’t say anything about what I’ve seen and heard (NDA, don’t you know), I can say that I am very impressed with Microsoft’s emphasis on providing customers…

Office 365 Apps and Non-Microsoft Clients

Not so long ago Microsoft was a “closed shop” … you used Microsoft services (Exchange, SQLserver, and so on) with Microsoft clients (Windows on the desktop).  Fast forward to 2016 and things have changed dramatically.  Yes, you still get the…

Office Installation on RDS/Terminal Servers

If you have a terminal server/RDS server you probably know that there are specific rules that Microsoft puts in place regarding software licensing for use on such a box.  The short description of those rules is that you have to…

Office 365–SMTP Connectors

In the “old” days of on premise Exchange servers we would always have to set up email relay connectors in order to allow the Exchange server to accept and forward (relay) email from devices on the LAN.  You know the…