Template Chooser

in Office 365 by Jacob Meissner
695 words · 4 min to read

In many Office 365 projects, SharePoint migrations or document structure planning, the question often araises, where to store templates so that every user has access to them and, more importantly, always uses the latest version.

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Microsoft Findtime / Meeting Poll

in Office 365 by Jacob Meissner
246 words · 1 min to read

I often have situations, where the scheduling of meetings is not done effectively. Tools like Doodle, mail or even phone calls are used to coordinate appointments even though Office 365 - including FindTime is available.
Therefore, I would like to go over the integrated functionalities of Office 365 and FindTime again.

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Default Language Office 365 Tenant

in Office 365 by Jacob Meissner
334 words · 2 min to read

A frequent question regarding Office 365/Azure tenants is, which default language is used for the individual services and where it can be changed. In general, every user can set his own language in the user settings (MyAccount - Settings - Language and Time zone), but there are also services where the default language cannot be changed afterwards.

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Group PowerBI Measures

in Office 365 by Jacob Meissner
205 words · 1 min to read

In Microsoft PowerBI, measures are created by default within the existing table. If you have a large data model with a lot of measures it can get very confusing. Here is a little trick how to improve your measures structures.

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Exchange hybrid user migration

in Office 365 by Jacob Meissner
324 words · 2 min to read

During an Exchange online migration, some preparations must take plce in advance so users can be migrated easily to the cloud.
A typical error in the mailbox migration process occurs because of the mail domain (property: smtp/proxyaddresses) with the message “Target mailbox doesn’t have an smtp proxy”.

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The Azure Active Directory has for some time been offering the ability to assign licenses to users such as EMS, Office 365 (Exchange, SharePoint, etc.), but can also provide groups with licenses. As soon as a user is added to a group, if there are still enough licenses available, the user will receive the corresponding license assigned to the group. This works with synchronized groups from the local Active Directory as well as with Azure AD Security and dynamic groups.

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