To disable the requirement for strong password for users via Windows PowerShell, would you please take the following steps:
Step 1. Install the Office 365 cmdlets.
Step 2. Connect Windows PowerShell to Microsoft Online Service.
Step 3. Start Microsoft Online Services Module for Windows PowerShell as an administrator and connect to Microsoft Online Service with a global administrator account by running the following command:
Under some conditions your organization may experience Autodiscover issues while testing Microsoft Online or when establishing e-mail coexistence between your local Microsoft Exchange Server environment and Exchange Online Services.
If your company is an Exchange Online customer and your e-mail environment meets the following conditions, you may encounter Autodiscover issues.
- 1. Your organization is using Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.
- 2. Your users are using Microsoft Outlook 2007.
- 3. Your users with Exchange Online mailboxes also have mailboxes on your on-premise Exchange Server, AND your Exchange Online user accounts have identical primary SMTP e-mail address in both systems.
While migrating an Exchange 2007 (or 2010) mailbox into Office 365 (O365), autodiscover connects Outlook to the Exchange Server rather than connecting to the O365 mailbox. Although you can’t connect via Outlook, Outlook Web Apps (OWA) and mobile devices might correctly connect to the O365 mailbox.
This issue occurs because you have an on-premise Exchange Server. Autodiscover for Outlook will always point to the on-premise environment.
When you install an Exchange 2007 or 2010 Client Access Server (CAS) role, a number of service-related configurations are applied. What is causing the issue is the service connection point (SCP). This is an Active Directory (AD) object that gets created on the server that the CAS role gets installed on. The SCP object contains the authoritative list of autodiscover service URLs for the forest. To see this list, you can run the following command in the Exchange Management Shell (EMS):
Configure/Enable Archive Mailbox with Office 365 GUI (Single-User)
- Select “Manage My Organization” > “Users & Groups” > “Mailboxes”.
- Select the mailbox you want to enable the archive mailbox for and click Details.
- Under Mailbox Features, select Archive and click Enable.
- In the Archive Mailbox window, accept the default archive name (Archive Mailbox – ) or type a new name.
- Click Save.
- Note that the status for Archive is now Enabled.
NOTE: = The display name of the user as it is listed within Office 365, thus if the user’s name is Jane Doe, the default name will be Archive Mailbox – Jane Doe.
Configure/Enable Archive Mailbox with PowerShell (Single-User)