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How to Archive Older Emails Automatically on Outlook

Outlook for Microsoft 365 Outlook 2021 Outlook 2019 Outlook 2016 Outlook 2013  Email can fill your Outlook Inbox quickly – new messages, replies, and forwards. Before you know it, you could have thousands of messages. Keep your Outlook inbox and its folders under control by moving older items you want to keep to an archive. Use AutoArchive to do this Read More

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How to Disable POP and IMAP for All Mailboxes in Office 365

First of all, why disable IMAP or POP? Two reasons: IMAP and POP are less secure mail protocols that are now around 30 years old. In our experience, IMAP and POP is seldom used for legitimate purposes. In almost every breach we’ve discovered, the attackers have used IMAP or POP protocols to download user mailboxes Read More

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Remove-InboxRules with Exchange PowerShell

Module:ExchangePowerShell Applies to: Exchange Server 2010, Exchange Server 2013, Exchange Server 2016, Exchange Server 2019, Exchange Online This cmdlet is available in on-premises Exchange and in the cloud-based service. Some parameters and settings may be exclusive to one environment or the other. Use the Remove-InboxRule cmdlet to remove an Inbox rule. For information about the Read More

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Deploy Add-ins in the Microsoft 365 Admin Center

Office Add-ins help you personalize your documents and streamline the way you access information on the web (see Start using your Office Add-in). As an admin, you can deploy Office Add-ins for the users in your organization by using the Centralized Deployment feature in the Microsoft 365 admin center. Centralized Deployment is the recommended and most feature-rich Read More

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How to Check a User’s Inbox Rules as a Global Administrator.

Please follow the below steps to see the users Inbox rules :  Open the Exchange Admin Center.  ​​ Once you’re on the Exchange Admin Center, Click on your User Profile Picture on that page which is at the top right hand side.  ​ Once you click on your Profile Picture then select the option another Read More

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How to Insert a Local Video into Word

Step 1. To insert video into Word, please launch Microsoft Word Document. On the upper right corner, click on File> Options > Customize Ribbon. Next, check the “Developer” box on the right column under the Main tab and then hit OK. Step 2. Select the “Developer” mode on the top of the window. Then hit “Legacy Tools” Read More