Configure allow users able to send to group mail that sender is not member of group (Exchange 2010) 1. Prepare - DC1 : Domain Controller (pns.vn) - DC2 : Exchange Server - WIN81,WIN101,WIN102 : Client 2. Step by step : Configure allow HiepHR,VietHR able to send to GroupIT(group mail of IT) - DC2 : Check GroupIT + Start - Exchange Management Console - Recipient Configuration - Distribution Group - Double-click GroupIT, check : + members tab : member of group + Mail Flow Settings tab - Message Delivery Restrictions - Properties... - Only senders in the following list : Users able to send to this group mail - WIN101 logon using HiepHR, WIN102 logon using VietHR : Test send email to GroupIT === Don not have permission - WIN81 logon using NamIT(member of IT group) - DC2 : Configure allow HiepHR,VietHR able to send to GroupIT + Using interface (add HiepHR): + Recipient Configuration - Distribution Group - Double-click GroupIT - Mail Flow Settings tab - Message Delivery Restrictions - Properties... - Only senders in the following list : - Add... - Click HiepHR - OK - OK + WIN101 : Send email again (Maybe show cache) === WIN81 : recieved email === OK + Using Exchange Management Shell (add VietHR) + Start - Exchange Management Shell, type : + Set-DistributionGroup -Identity GroupIT -AcceptMessagesOnlyFromSendersOrMembers GroupIT,HiepHR,VietHR + WIN102 : Send email again (Maybe show cache) === WIN81 : recieved email === OK
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If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! In this video, Anthony shows us how to manage distribution groups in Microsoft Exchange using PowerShell. Using the New-DistributionGroup, Remove-DistributionGroup, and Set-DistributionGroup cmdlets he shows how to create, remove, and modify distribution groups. He also shows how to manage distribution group membership using the Add-DistributionGroupMember and Remove-DistributionGroupMember cmdlets.
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Office 365 Shared Mailbox Deletion Fail If you are trying to delete a shared mailbox in Office 365 Admin Exchange Portal and experience this error: Error The following error occurred during validation in agent 'Windows LiveId Agent': 'Unable to perform the save operation. is not within a valid server write scope.' Chances are you have a hybrid environment with AD on premise and exchange in the cloud. To resolve, delete the Active Directory AD account associated with the Shared Mailbox.
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Author, teacher, and talk show host Robert McMillen shows you how to create and edit a contact group in Outlook 2016
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Watch PEI's Office 365 Video tutorial on how to use Microsoft Information Rights Management to set permissions on emails and protect sensitive data. PEI is a Microsoft Gold Office 365 Deployment partner. If you are interested in Office migration, deployment, or training, click here: https://www.pei.com/core-solutions/office-365/ Or you can sign up for our free Resource Library here: https://www.pei.com/about-us/resources-library/ Let us know which videos or topics you'd like to see more information on! You can contact us here: http://www.pei.com/contact-us/
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Microsoft Office 365 Groups provides a shared workspace where you can communicate with a specific group of users and have email conversations, create and store documents and get the work done collectively. By watching this video, you will get to know how you can create a Group using your Outlook Client. At Foetron, we are focussed on helping the SMBs to achieve more with Technology. Our mission is to be a Cloud & Mobile Center for Excellence. Your organisation can also opt for our Learning and Adoption series. Connect with us at cloud.foetron.com or Email us at [email protected]
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6-Configuring Exchange Server 2016 to send and receive outside emails (Internet)
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If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! Have you ever got an email from some random guy in accounting and noticed it was probably meant to be sent to some guy named Joe but it was accidentally sent to the Johnson Controls group? Yep. Me too. Matthew is here to prevent that fat-fingering baffoon from ever doing that again by completely hiding the group from the global address list!
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How to Resolve HTTP 500 Error in Exchange Server 2016
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Part 2 of the Outlook 2016 tutorial based on a business environment (with Microsoft Exchange) with emphasis on using the Calendar, the People, Tasks and Notes modules. Email forwarding and mailbox backup and restore is also covered. To learn more, please visit https://learn.kaceli.com. The tutorial covers the following areas: 00:05 Using the Calendar module in Outlook 2016 05:52 Scheduling meetings and tracking confirmations. 13:42 Sharing the Outlook calendar with someone else. 18:12 Granting delegate access to your calendar, email, contacts and tasks ain Outlook 2016. 21:00 Opening a shared calendar in Outlook 2016. 25:05 Navigating the People hub in Outlook 2016 and creating new contacts. 35:54 Creating distribution list and sending email to it. 37:26 Sharing contacts in Outlook. 40:23 Using business cards and VCards. 42:15 Using the People Pane to track messages and correspondence. 46:15 Using Quick Steps in Outlook to automate responses and interactions. 51:46 Using the Tasks module to create new tasks and send status updates. 54:32 Assigning tasks to someone else in Outlook 2016. 56:36 Using the Notes module in Outlook 2016. 59:36 Forwarding all email to another account. 59:35 Backing up and restoring your mailbox via .pst files (includes selective backup too). 59:35 Final thoughts If you like the video, please "Like," "Favorite," and "Share" it with our friends to show your support for this work. Subscribe to this channel so that you do not miss out on the new videos on this series. Video URL: https://youtu.be/2g4LUzplyGw If you are in education, you might be able to get Office 2016 for free from your institution: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PeGB7cvOdvw. Keep in touch: Website: http://kaceli.com YouTube Channel: http://youtube.com/skaceli Copyright notice: NO PART OF THIS TUTORIAL MAY BE DOWNLOADED OR DISTRIBUTED WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM SALI KACELI.
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Professor Robert McMillen shows you how to get and export active user list. This can help to see if you have users on the list that should be removed and you know how much you should be billed each month.
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Many people can not find outlook 2016 where are Public folders. this video i will showing you how to to find public folder in outlook 2016 If you found this video valuable, give it a like. If you know someone who needs to see it, share it. Leave a comment below with your thoughts. Add it to a playlist if you want to watch it later. Subscribe Here:https://www.youtube.com/networkingbitsabbirkhan **Follow me Socially 😀 Sabbir Ahmed Khan- https://goo.gl/dMwKcM (FB) For more Tips Tutorial- http://networkingbit.info **Facebook page: https://goo.gl/drRSZ3 **Twitter : https://goo.gl/mxp7Au **Google+ : https://goo.gl/pfkggD **LIKE ➡ SHARE ➡ SUBSCRIBE Please Like, Subscribe and Share our tutorials :)
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This is a trick How to add yourself in Whatsapp group without admin permission... must watch complete video to know it better.. :) Subscribe our channel for more videos.
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Office 365 Groups is a core component of Microsoft 365 teamwork apps; it’s a membership service providing a single identity for a group of people across Office applications and services. Applications leveraging groups today include: Microsoft Teams, Yammer, Outlook, SharePoint, Planner, Microsoft Stream, StaffHub, Power BI, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM. This session provides an overview of Office 365 Groups, how to manage them today and our upcoming investments. Topics include: how to think about Office 365 Groups, self-service, managing and governing them at scale, product roadmap, and best practices for driving usage and adoption.
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Configure Active Directory Rights Management Service (AD RMS) in Windows Server 2019 1. Prepare - DC31 : Domain Controller (Yi.vn) , IP 10.0.0.31 | DC32 : Exchange Server , IP 10.0.0.32 - DC33 : Domain Member (install AD RMS server) , IP 10.0.0.33 | DC34 : Domain Member(install Certificate Server) , IP 10.0.0.34 - WIN101, WIN102 : Clients | Turn off Firewall local at all 2. Step by step : Configure Active Directory Rights Management Service (AD RMS) on DC33 - DC31 : Create a new user named rmsservices (service account) - DC34 : Install Certificate service and create a template named SSL for Web Server - DC33 : Install and Configure Active Directory Rights Management Service (AD RMS) + Start - mmc - File - Add/Remove Snap-in... - Certificates - Add- Computer account - Right-click Personal - All Tasks - Request New Certificate... (maybe need restart server) - Select SSL - Click "More information is required to enroll ..." - Subject tab - Subject name : Type : Common name, Value : DC33 - Add - Alternative name : Type : DNS, Value : DC33.Yi.vn - Add - Enroll + Server Manager - Manage - Add Roles and Features - Next to "Server Roles" : Select "Active Directory Rights Management Services" - Add Features - Next to Install + Click Notifications - Perform additional configuration - Configuration Database : Choose "Use Windows Internal Database on this server" - Service Account : Yi\rmsservices - Cluster Key Password : Enter password - Cluster Address : Choose "Use SSL-encrypted connection (https://)", Fully-Qualified Domain Name : https://dc33.Yi.vn - Server Certificate : Choose "Choose an existing certificate for SSL encryption (recommended)" - Next to Install - Restart server + Server Manager - Tools - Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager - DC33 - Sites - Default Web Site - Bindings... - https - Edit... - SSL certificate : Choose DC33 + Default Web Site - _wmcs, certification, licensing - Authentication - Anonymous Authentication : Enable + Default Web Site - _wmcs - Right-click certification - Switch to content view - Right-click ServerCertification.asmx - Edit Permission... - Security tab - Edit... - Add... - DC32, exchange servers, rmsservices + Right-click ServiceLocator.asmx - Switch to Features View - Authentication - Right-click "Anonymous Authencation" : Disable + Create and share a folder named Policy with network shared \\DC33\Policy + Server Manager - Tools - Active Directory Rights Management Services - dc33.Yi.vn (Local) - Enable : Users, Applications, Super Users + Rights Policy Tempaltes : + Create distributed rights policy template : + 1. Add Template Identifica... - Add - Name : Prevent Print, Description : Prevent Print - Add + 2. Add User Rights - Users ans rights - Add... [email protected], [email protected] - Rights : Tick all ( eliminate Full Control and Print) + 4. Specify Extended Policy - Select "Enable users to view protected content using a browser add-on" ---- Finish + Change distributed rights policy templates file location - Select "Enable export" - Specify templates file location (UNC) : \\DC33\Policy - DC32 : Create mail group and set AD RMSconfigure + Start - Exchange Management shell, Type : + New-DistributionGroup -Name "RMSSuper" -OrganizationalUnit "Yi.vn/users" -SAMAccountName "RMSSuper" -Type "Distribution" # Create a mail group named RMSSuper + Add-DistributionGroupMember RMSsuper -Member FederatedEmail.4c1f4d8b-8179-4148-93bf-00a95fa1e042 # Add account Federat... to RMSSuper - DC33 : Active Directory Rights Management Services - dc33.Yi.vn (Local) - Security Policies - Super Users - Change super user group - Super user group : [email protected] - DC32 : Restart and set IRM + Start - Exchange Management shell, Type : + Get-IRMConfiguration # Show IRMConfiguration + Set-IRMConfiguration -InternalLicensingEnabled $true # Set InternalLicensingEnabled to True + Test-IRMConfiguration -Sender [email protected] # Test send email - WIN101, WIN102 : Set Internet Explorer + Start - Internet Explorer - Tools - Internet options - Security tab - Trusted sites - Sites - Add this website to the zone : https://dc33.Yi.vn - Add + Security level for this zone : All - down to Low - WIN101 : Sign in Email using HiepIT account, test send normanl and using AD RMS to VietIT - WIN102 : Sign in Email using VietIT account, check email recived using AD RMS can not Print === OK ------------------------------------------------------------******************** Youtube.com/c/MicrosoftLab ********************---------------------------------------------------------
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A video tutorial on configuring public folders and mail enabled public folders in Exchange Server 2013.
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The complete Outlook 2016 tutorial covering the Email, Calendar, People, Tasks and Notes modules. It is designed for the workplace or corporate environment when using Microsoft Exchange and is great for students as well. More info: http://kaceli.com. Outlook 2016 Complete Tutorial URL: https://youtu.be/CC0pwjOh_HY This tutorial covers the following major areas: 00:00:01 Getting Started with the Outlook and activating personal Gmail account in Outlook 2016. 00:03:35 Setting up an Exchange business account in Outlook 2016. 00:07:08 Getting started with Outlook 2016: The basic concepts and user interface. 00:14:49 Composing and sending emails in Outlook 2016. It also includes best practices. 00:22:50 Replying and forwarding messages in Outlook 2016 00:27:54 Composing and sending multimedia emails. 00:38:00 Using the Outlook address book and message drafts. 00:41:47 Using signatures in Outlook 00:45:17 Searching for messages in folders and subfolders 00:48:17 Organizing messages in folders and subfolders 00:5136 Defining rules for messages 00:56:33 How to block spam messages in Outlook 00:58:31 Categorizing and creating tasks and reminders 01:01:59 Setting up automatic out of office replies. 01:01:59 Using the Calendar module in Outlook 2016 01:04:33 Sharing the Outlook calendar with someone else and managing permissions. 01:09:10 Granting delegate access to your calendar, email, contacts and tasks in Outlook 2016. 01:12:00 Scheduling meetings and tracking confirmations in Outlook 2016 21:00 Opening a shared calendar in Outlook 2016. 25:05 Navigating the People hub in Outlook 2016 and creating new contacts. 35:54 Creating distribution list and sending email to it. 37:26 Sharing contacts in Outlook. 40:23 Using business cards and VCards. 42:15 Using the People Pane to track messages and correspondence. 46:15 Using Quick Steps in Outlook to automate responses and interactions. 51:46 Using the Tasks module to create new tasks and send status updates. 54:32 Assigning tasks to someone else in Outlook 2016. 56:36 Using the Notes module in Outlook 2016. 59:36 Forwarding all email to another account. 59:35 Backing up and restoring your mailbox via .pst files (includes selective backup too). 59:35 Final thoughts If you like the video, please "Like," "Favorite," and "Share" it with our friends to show your support for this work. Subscribe to this channel so that you do not miss out on the new videos on this series. Video URL: https://youtu.be/TgKbRswuYL4 Outlook part 1 is available from here: https://youtu.be/TgKbRswuYL4 Keep in touch: Website: http://kaceli.com YouTube Channel: http://youtube.com/skaceli Copyright notice: NO PART OF THIS TUTORIAL MAY BE DOWNLOADED OR DISTRIBUTED WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM SALI KACELI.
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Server 2016 And 2012 R2 - Share Files And Folders (with access based enumeration) Windows Server 2012 R2 and 2016 are used as file servers. This pivotal point of why a server exists is because files and folders and applications are shared. There is an easy way to do this using server manager. This video show how to setup sharing with the required permissions to ensure access based enumeration. For more visit: http://www.windows10.ninja http://www.2012r2.com Transcript (machine generated so it contains errors) Hello a good day to you in this video, let's have a look at how to share files and folders over a network. In this way, using server 2016. It also applies to server 2012 as well, as were using server manager okay. Basically what we have. We already have done something in advance will credit the shared folders. Okay, and the Cisco here. See drive shares data files and will create two files again and there's a reason while got one invisible one visible the visible one. Okay is having certain permission set up again basically systems allowed administering is allowed okay and a user called Windows ninja is also allowed on the cake. The invisible folder is a different and I'm sure guessing what happening. Basically, system administrators, thereby not Windows ninja. Okay, now all we need to do is basically share out the top-level container for this. In this instance, recording data files, make a a computer anything so we go to server manager how we do that in 16 it's a little bit, but there server manager opens it up to thousand 1200 pin over here or it would be a start. Okay once we get here we get to the main dashboard and that good file and storage shares and then you can click there, if the leading setup. Otherwise it's in class new share. Okay we can do an SMB share quick in this instance. Okay, very simple. Okay, because when our brilliant new shared system. Okay one. Basically, this does it create a folder on C post sharers, et cetera okay with only done that so was regular custom park where you Wanna go see it was in shares is called data files folder and click next. Okay, you can rename that okay. Remove the space and underscore whatever unit are a given description. Click next enable access base enumeration basically this is the little thing that you need to take by taking this what is visible and what is invisible basically for those users that don't have read access to a fire folder mobility even see it listed in that folder. I guess that's the key thing workaholics arm cashing of share it depends on how your system is if you want basically uses yoga have a local copy of the work. For example, go off-line. They can then work on it and when they blog back on it syncs up that can of concept attack and computer access. Definitely worth taking Armenian today's environment. However, for the simple experiment with us. When I severed arm to join with us and I leave it with the first one. Okay, and age, giving a night three basic users, administrators, owner windows ninja, which is based on the inherited permissions for the high year folder, which in that case was shares. I think that was okay next okay create you commodified them over there. Previously the prompt create okay. Once that's done okay, you can now see it's there if you Wanna modify the properties offered you know you can go permissions change who has access to it doesn't have access to the main holder, change things around here, you can do. He can go over here and use management properties. Okay, depending on what you Wanna change over there okay, very simple that happy now will go to the client computer and have a look at how it appears on their screen. Okay, here is our client computer. Basically we have set up on our server where we had the share basically the network discovery, so basically network automatically finds it okay find the data files, click on there as you can see it's working as we wanted it to work and it's basically because permissions were given to one folder and permissions were not given on another fold. Okay, providing you have that everything should work well. Sometimes we are cashing you can have folders that were previously granted, but then permissions move invisible for a while, maybe a reboot, et cetera and that it collate works itself out. Okay, hopefully this is helped. Thank you for watching
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In this lesson I install the File Services Role and share a folder from the Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 operating system. I install the role to make the appropriate changes to the OS to allow for file sharing. I then create a folder and use the Advanced Sharing options to share it and add sharing permissions to the Domain Users group. I then add the Domain Users to the Security (NTFS) permissions as well. Both permissions have to be set and the more restrictive of the two will trump the other. I test two folders with differing permissions on a client computer to see the affects. This video is part of the Server 2008 R2 Series from Lecture Snippets. The materials need to complete the lessons on your own include a disk image of Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Microsoft Windows 7, and the free download from Virtualbox.org to run the virtual machines. For more information and a complete list of the lessons visit Lecture Snippets at http://lecturesnippets.com.
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In this video, we show how to create a shared contacts list in SharePoint for Office 365. The video was inspired by a blog post at http://www.infinitconsulting.com/2015/02/create-shared-contacts-list/.
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Tour : How to Create an Office 365 group in the admin center 1. Click on Admin 2. Click on Groups 3. Under Groups again click on Groups 4. Click on Add a group 5. Select type of Group Choose the type of group you want to create, based on what you want to use it for. 6. Enter Group Name 7. Enter Group Alias Assign a unique alias for the group. 8. Leave Send copies of group conversations set to On Leave Send copies of group conversations set to On if you want members to receive messages and calendar items in their own inbox, in addition to the group mailbox. 9. Click on Select owner Choose Select Owner and then choose the name of the person who will be designated to manage the group. Anyone who is a group owner will be able to delete email from the Group inbox. Other members won't be able to delete email from the Group inbox. 10. Click on Add Created by www.guideme.io, Create your own tours with videos via www.guideme.io
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We're continuing the nearly quarter century tradition of the Exchange Tips & Tricks series. This session is the world premiere for 2018, with all new tips, tricks, and other useful information related to Microsoft Exchange Server, Exchange Online, Exchange Online Protection, and Office 365.
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Establishing an Exchange hybrid setup and configuring your tenant are some of the first steps in moving to Exchange Online. This process often gets bogged down in politics, competing priorities with other teams, and general configuration minutia. Fear no more! Learn how you, the messaging admin, can move to Exchange Online without talking to your network admin. Blocked by your pesky security team on the requirements for publishing Exchange? Come learn how you can mitigate their concerns. Come see the changes we’re making to the Exchange hybrid architecture and how we’re simplifying the process of moving to Exchange Online.
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Here's your chance to ask pretty much anything you want to a panel of engineers, PMs, and other notable folks from the Exchange, Calendaring, and OWA teams. Want to know why something works the way it does, or get some advice on how to be more successful? Come and ask the people behind the curtain.
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Join Erik Knoppert, ING’s Workplace Architect, and Michael Van Horenbeeck, MVP, as they walk you through the journey of how ING steered towards Office 365. Do you believe it is harder for a bank to move to Office 365? Do the terms "risk committee," "security approval," or "evergreen service" sound familiar to you? If the answer is yes and you’re interested in learning, you must attend this session to hear how they’ve tackled some of the most stringent requirements and solved some tough technical challenges. Data streams, compliancy, journaling, hold policies, secure administration, multi-forest environments -- nothing is left untouched!
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FREE Course! Click: https://www.teachucomp.com/free Learn how to create contact groups in Microsoft Outlook at www.teachUcomp.com. Get the complete tutorial FREE at http://www.teachucomp.com/free - the most comprehensive Outlook tutorial available. Visit us today!
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This is part 1 of 2 of the Outlook 2016 Comprehensive Tutorial. This part focuses on most features of Outlook email in a business environment that uses Microsoft Exchange. Part 2 will focuses on the Outlook Calendar, Contacts and Tasks. For more information, please visit http://learn.kaceli.com. The complete Outlook 2016 tutorial is available from here: https://youtu.be/CC0pwjOh_HY Part 1 here covers: 00:08 Getting Started with the Outlook and activating a personal Gmail account in Outlook 2016. 03:42 Setting up a Business Account in Outlook 2016 that is connected to Microsoft Exchange. 07:37 Getting Started with Outlook 2016: The basic concepts and user interface. 15:35 Composing and sending emails in Outlook 2016. It also includes best practices. 25:37 Replying and forwarding messages in Outlook 2016 29:21 Composing and Sending Multimedia Emails. 39:31 Using the Outlook Address Book and Message Drafts. 43:32 Using signatures in Outlook 47:53 Searching for messages in Folders and Subfolders 50:56 Organizing messages in folders and subfolders 55:16 Defining rules for messages 59:14 How to block spam messages in Outlook 01:01:11 Categorizing and Creating Tasks and Reminders 01:04:39 Setting up automatic out of office replies. If you like the video, please "Like," "Favorite," and "Share" it with our friends to show your support on this work. Subscribe to this channel so that you do not miss out on the new videos on this series. Video URL: Outlook 2016 Part 1: https://youtu.be/F4VcQYSqktI Part 2 is available from here: https://youtu.be/TgKbRswuYL4 Keep in touch: Website: http://kaceli.com YouTube Channel: http://youtube.com/skaceli Copyright notice: These videos may not be downloaded or distributed in any way without permission from Sali Kaceli. Contact me if you have such a need.
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The modern workplace is changing at a super-fast pace and so are collaboration needs of the information workers who work there. Built on top of Distribution Lists, Groups in Outlook equips information workers to efficiently work together towards common goals and success, leading to a much more productive work environment. In this demo-filled session, we present an overview of Groups in Outlook, including the latest features and upcoming investments. We have a lot to show you, whether you are an IT admin or an end user!
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How to create an custom Attribute in Active Directory user Account. Tags Active Directory custom Attributes AD custom attributes Active Directory Attributes
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Empower your employees by building an app for Microsoft Teams. Learn how to build, package, and distribute an app by walking through an example showing tabs, bots, compose extensions, and more.
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For 5,800 years of recorded history, wars were fought with pre-modern forms of transportation ad communication, where the world was powered by windmills, watermills, literal horse power and human muscle. However, this all changed with the invention of the steam engine and its implementation in the 19th century. In fifty short years, macadamized roads, canals, steam trains, steam boats, steam presses and telegraph communication revolutionized the transfer of energy and power. By the 1850s, every aspect of western civilization looked and functioned differently than it had for thousands of years. It was in this milieu the Civil War was fought. What did the first modern war look like and how did it differ from previous wars? How did wartime observations by foreign emissaries alter the course of future wars?
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You can use Microsoft Outlook to create and then send business cards of different contacts. These are easy to create and can be sent easily. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ Creating business cards in Outlook is very easy and not time consuming. A simple card is already created by Ms Outlook and all you have to do is customize it according to your preference. To learn how to create a business card, follow the tutorial below. Step # 1 -- Open the business card Whenever you add a contact in Outlook, it automatically creates a business card of it. To view or edit the business card, click on the "contact" icon present in the "navigation pane" and then "double click" on the contact you want view or edit. Once the form opens, you would notice a business card on the right hand side of the screen. Double click on the "business card" to add details or to change the overall look of the card. Step # 2 -- Edit the business card You can change the name, phone number, email address or any other field. To change the way the name appears, select the name; you will notice that it is already "bold", you can italicize it. Step # 3 -- Change the font color You can even change the color of the font used in the name here. To do that, click on the icon highlighted below and choose the color you want. Step # 4 -- Add a fax number You can also add details such as the Fax number to appear on the business card if not currently present. To add the Fax number, click on the add button, go to phone and then select fax number. You will see a number appear just below name of the contact. In this way, you can add other details. You can also change the position of the information present on the business card. To change the position of the fax number, select it and then press the "Up" or "down" arrow buttons present beside the "Remove" button. This way you can change its position. In this case, we have placed it just above the "telephone number". When you are done making changes, press the "save" button to exit the screen. Step # 5 -- Reset card If you want to make the card look the way it was, double click on the card and press the "Reset" button. Step # 6 -- Attach business card You can also send a business card through email in Ms Outlook rather than sending by post so as to save time. In the navigation pane, click on the "mail" icon and then press the "new email" button located under the "home" tab. Fill the name of the person you want to send the email to and enter the subject of the email. To send the business card, click on the "Attach item" button located in the "Include" panel. A drop down menu will appear; select "business card" and then the "other business cards" option. Select the business card you want to send by selecting it and then pressing the "ok" button. Step # 7 -- Send the business card A copy of the Business card will appear in the body of the message and it will also show that we are sending a business card in the email. It can be seen just below the "subject line". Once you are done, simply press the "send" button in order to send the email. Step # 8 -- View the business card Once you have sent the mail, select the "Contacts" option from the navigation pane. From there you can view the business cards in Outlook including the one that you just edited.
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