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How to manage outbound spam policies with Exchange Online PowerShell
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Connect-ExchangeOnline Disable-HostedOutboundSpamFilterRule format-table Get-HostedOutboundSpamFilterPolicy
Exchange Online Protection (EOP) uses outbound spam policies as part of your organization’s defense against spam. But to increase the effectiveness of outbound spam filtering, you can create custom spam policies with more stringent settings that apply to specific users or groups.
Azure Disk Encryption using PowerShell
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Azure PowerShell Connect-AzAccount Disable-AzVMDiskEncryption format-table
Azure Disk Encryption (ADE) provides volume encryption for the OS and data disks of Azure virtual machines by using the DM-Crypt feature in Linux or the BitLocker feature of Windows. ADE is integrated with Azure Key Vault to help you control and manage the disk encryption keys and secrets.
How to resize peered Azure VNets with no downtime
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Add-AzVirtualNetworkPeering Azure PowerShell Connect-AzAccount format-table
In a previous article called “ Connect Azure VNets using VNet Peering,” I explained that changes to the settings of a virtual network that has peered couldn’t be done without deleting the existing peering.
How to Create and Manage Shared Mailboxes
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Add-MailboxPermission Add-RecipientPermission Connect-ExchangeOnline Exchange Online
Happy New Year everyone, life is short - let’s dream big and make the most of 2022! In the year’s first article, I want to show you how to create shared mailboxes in Microsoft Exchange Online and perform the most common administrative tasks using Powershell.