The goal of the following steps is to create a “Catch-All” account that no matter how many domains you have on your O365 Tenant, it receives all emails with the primary goal of not to lose any emails.
This process is not supported by Microsoft support and only works for Full Cloud Tenants. That said, let’s proceed to the steps:
To avoid the creation of a new “paid” mailbox with a license. We are using a “Shared Mailbox” called “Catchall@faboit.com” for receiving all emails.
Go to Office 365 Portal > Groups > Shared Mailboxes > Add a Mailbox
This is a common issue nowadays where a lot of people have been moving to Office 365 and the cloud in general, moving massively and aggressively with the pass and advance of the pandemic covid-19 worldwide, many printers, scanners, and other output devices have been working for days until they needed to be updated into the cloud.
I think this series to help you go thru every single configuration you need to keep in mind to make the SMTP Authentication work for your particular case; no matter how much experience you have with office 365 or powershell, I will guide…
The first thing to have in mind is that basically, all office 365 mailboxes can take from 10 minutes up to 3 days in provisioning, it will depend on the load that the cloud has in the particular moment that you’re doing the assignment of the licenses.
Now if this time has passed and you have waited for so long then the issue goes straight into an old infrastructure that you had in the enterprise where you’re working on and you didn’t even know that existed, an old hybrid environment.
In order to solve this, Follow the next Steps:
History and impact: Users may be unable to access multiple Microsoft 365 services
The cause was an encryption key removed by an automated process.
Title: Users may be unable to access multiple Microsoft 365 services User
Users may be unable to access multiple Microsoft 365, Azure, and Dynamics 365 services. More info: Any service that leverages Azure Active Directory (AAD) may be affected.
While we’re focused on remediating all residual impact as soon as possible, some users may continue to experience the following: Intune: Admins may also notice issues or retries when enrolling devices via the Intune portal. …
Continuing with this series I will be explaining step by step how can you send emails using your office365 account when you have the Multi-Factor Authentication enabled by security, if you lost the previous article of this series, you can consult it here, and of course, I will be refreshing what I’m taking as true on that article if you come from the previous article you can skip the next two sections.
I have worked on this issue for a lot of issues, in several languages, for at least the last year worldwide, so I will assume the following is…
It’s not a secret for anybody that in our modern interconnected world requires increased requirements to save more and more files into local and cloud storage. In this article, I will be focusing on cloud storage (Onedrive, AWS, Dropbox, Drive, etc.), and specifically for Onedrive.
In case you prefer to see a video than reading (like me) here’s the Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/MF0coXF01zs
Any person with a Microsoft O365 subscription, which is considered as a premium service, with 1 TeraByte (1024 Gb) of data to save securely and have access over any device (phones, tablets, laptops, and desktop) and anytime access.
In this article, I will comment step by step how to figure out what file is missing from one folder that another folder has it. Individually, I’ve been working processing files for hours, and now I got 599 records in one folder (all files with extension ARW). I got 598 files on another one (with extensions JPG), and I need to find out using PowerShell. What’s the file missing??
The Solution for the different extension is to compare the basename of the files attribute, which will be the same between them.
$path1=”D:\Chiapas\timelapse2 02072020\Capture” $path2=”D:\Chiapas\timelapse2 02072020\Output” $l1=gci -File -Path $path1 |…
In this scenario, we are going to use a Powershell Script to send emails using a popular service like Gmail.
Gmail offers an extra layer of security regarding sending emails from scripts called “less secure Applications,” for this reason, we go to the following URL: https://myaccount.google.com/lesssecureapps and move the slider to the right to allow this configuration like this:
Have you ever had issues with viewing/processing/exporting problems with Capture one?
If you don’t know what Capture One is, it’s a famous software for processing any kind of raw images, and you can find the software at this linkhttps://www.captureone.com/
In case you’re working on MAC, please use the source at https://support.captureone.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002404937-Troubleshooting-OpenCL-in-case-of-viewing-processing-exporting-problem
In case you’re on Windows Operating System, I’ve created a PowerShell Script to solve the issue with the processing software that is GitHub at
How to use the script is well-formatted just here
You would need the following:
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