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Mobile, remote workforces still need tools to share and collaborate with one another. Business teams want to work together and get the job done efficiently. Microsoft SharePoint helps make that happen.
SharePoint is used in science and education, law and government, finance, computers, electronics, and technology verticals. Its largest market share globally is in the United States. Other top markets are Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.
Accountants, dog groomers, and physiotherapists didn’t get into business to manage bookings. You want to be working on the thing you enjoy doing, not fussing with phone calls and emails, trying to schedule times for clients to come in. That’s where Microsoft 365 Bookings comes in handy.
Bookings is an add-on to your Microsoft 365 Business plan. It allows you to manage appointments online with a custom webpage, one you can even integrate with Facebook!
Working from home is a big change in an already tumultuous time. Yet there’s a bright side. The quarantine could be your opportunity to reinvent how you work — for the better. Migrating to Microsoft Office 365 has benefits now. Plus, when you’re back to business as usual.
Office 365 is the cloud-based version of Microsoft Office. With a subscription, you get both the desktop and online versions of apps you already know. This includes Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, SharePoint, Teams, Yammer, and more.
With Office 365, it seems common sense has finally prevailed, giving business the changes they actually want. It’s still Office, and your staff will still know exactly how to work it, but they’ll get so much more done.
The whole Mac/Windows drama is over
Office 365 brings with it a stack of benefits, but perhaps the most relieving is the in-built file compatibility across all platforms. No more converting (or corrupting) files back and forth, productivity black holes have essentially been eliminated.
Nowadays many small businesses synchronize their user accounts and passwords to Office 365 using Azure Active Directory Connect. When an administrator wanted to make changes to the email address, add or remove aliases on an Office 365 mailbox, you’ll get an error similar to this:
In this quick tip, we review PowerShell command to apply Retention Policy that you have just created on your Office 365 but it did not automatically run. The issue is that the workcycle period of Retention Policy by Managed Folder Assistant runs every 7 days. If you want your newly created Retention Policy to start immediately on a mailbox, you will first have to connect to use Remote PowerShell to your Office 365 account.
Once you are connected to your Office 365 account, you can check which Retention Policy has been applied to a particular mailbox. The PowerShell syntax is as followed:
Get-Mailbox <Mailbox> | FL RetentionPolicy
Get-Mailbox yourmailbox@yourOffice365account.com| FL RetentionPolicy
Once you’ve verified the Retention Policy, you can then run the Managed Folder Assistant on the specific mailbox with the following PowerShell syntax:
Once you applied the PowerShell command above, you wait for 5 minutes or so before logging into your OWA to check the progress of your Retention Policy.
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