CloudExchangeRecipientDisplayType is empty for one or more users

When running a hybrid environment we have noticed that in some situations that an user with an on premise mailbox is not showing in the Office 365 GAL. After comparing account details we noticed that the attribute CloudExchangeRecipientDisplayType was empty for those accounts.   In a search how to fix this we found an article …
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Change email address of a Plan in Office 365 planner

When you add a new plan in the Office 365 Planner, a public group is automatically created with an email address that matches the initial name. It is possible to change the email address of a Plan using powershell. Start Windows PowerShell and run these commands to connect to Exchange Online

Now run this …
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Enable DKIM in Office 365

Microsoft has made it very easy to use DKIM, basically you only need to create two CNAME DNS records and enable DKIM in Office 365. DKIM DNS records To enable DKIM in Office 365 you first need to create two dns CNAME records. The records should look like this:

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Status: No DKIM keys saved for this domain

When you want to enable DKIM in your Office 365 environment for a specific domain you might run into the problem that you can’t because the message is saying: “No DKIM keys saved for this domain” What you would expect to see is this, depending on the current state (enabled or disabled): To resolve this …
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How to add custom branding to Office 365 Message Encryption

In an earlier post I wrote how you can setup and enable Office 365 message encryption. In this post I will explain how you can apply custom branding to customize the Office 365 Message encryption email messages and the look of the message viewing portal using PowerShell cmdlets. You can customize the following items of …
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Setup and enable Office 365 Message Encryption (OME)

To start using Office 365 Message Encryption you need to follow three easy steps Activate Azure Rights Management Setup Azure Rights Management for Exchange online Setup transport rules to enforce message encryption in Exchange online   Step 1. Activate Azure Rights Management Open the Office 365 admin center and expand the “SERVICE SETTINGS” menu on the …
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