Posts filed under: SharePoint Online

Get-SPOSite : The site is not properly formed.

While writing a script to delete all OneDrive for Business/My Site site collections from an Office 365 tenant today, I ran up against a perplexing error using PowerShell with SharePoint Online that I thought I would document, since Googling didn’t help...
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Microsoft Flow: Email SharePoint Online with Microsoft’s new service

One of the few remaining things you can do with your own SharePoint Server farm that you still can’t do with SharePoint Online is email directly to your lists and document libraries. Let’s say you want your traveling sales reps...
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SharePoint 2016: Is it for you?

SharePoint Server 2016 has been released to manufacturing and will be generally available in the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center in early May. The key question on many people’s minds right now is, “should I upgrade to SharePoint 2016?” Well, Microsoft...
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Christmas Prank with SharePoint!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and what better way to celebrate than to play a harmless, festive prank on your colleagues and fellow employees! Sitting by the Yuletide fire this year with a little time on my...
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SharePoint 2016 Preview: Exploring Durable Links

SharePoint Server 2016 Technical Preview may be somewhat short on attention-grabbing, “oh, wow!” features, but one of the most interesting is “durable links.”  Bill Baer, the product manager for SharePoint at Microsoft, describes the nuts and bolts behind the scenes pretty...
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Office 365 User Profile Gets An Update

Microsoft is in the process of updating the look and feel of the Office 365 user profile to enhance your Office 365 experience. Microsoft will integrate the existing profile experience with the Delve work activity. As a result, you’ll be...
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External Collaboration control is now available

Microsoft is releasing a new feature to enhance your Office 365 experience. Using the SharePoint Online Management Shell, IT administrators can now require that all external sharing invitations be accepted only by the e-mail address that was originally shared with....
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New Office 365 Feature: Workload-Specific Admin Roles

Microsoft is releasing a new feature to enhance your Office 365 experience. We Administrators have been longing for this for a long time. Workload-specific admin roles will provide more flexibility to organizations that want to structure admin access to Exchange...
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What’s New In Office 365: May 2015

As the updates and enhancements delivered in May show, Office 365 is continually being improved to help you get more done at home, school and work. Check out the new capabilities in OneNote and Outlook.com or the new and updated...
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First Steps to Hybrid Cloud Deployments – Office 365

As you know Office 365 provides online versions of Exchange, Lync, and SharePoint.  It also includes Yammer and OneDrive for Business (formally known as SkyDrive Pro). There are a number of ways your organization can step into this hybrid cloud...
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