Issue: After deploying Office 365 you find that your end users are complaining about specific emails going into the Junk folder in Outlook.
Background/Applicability: You are continuing to use a third party spam filter solution and this solution sits in front of Office 365. Prior to Office 365 Junk Email in Outlook was not enabled. You do not desire to use Office 365 Spam Filtering given your existing Spam Solution.
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Do the following on a the Azure AD Connect Server to Sync Delta Changes
Check status of any outstanding sync's processes to see if any are currently running: Get-ADSyncConnectorRunStatus
Note: if you get an error that the command is not available, import the module w the following command: Import the AD Sync Module: Import-Module ADSync
Kickoff a manual directory sync: Start-ADSyncSyncCycle -PolicyType Delta
Additional helpful commands
View current sync schedule: Get-ADSyncScheduler
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Issue: migration of mailbox from on premise exchange to exchange online fails with the following error:
Error: MigrationPermanentException: The target mailbox doesn't have an SMTP proxy matching 'westernpartitions.mail.onmicrosoft.com'. --> The target mailbox doesn't have an SMTP proxy matching YOURPRIMARYEMAILDOMAIN.mail.onmicrosoft.com'.
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Move on-premises Exchange Mailboxes mailboxes to Exchange Online (Office 365)
Open the Exchange Admin Center, and then navigate to Office 365 > Recipients > Migration.
Click Add , and then select Migrate to Exchange Online.
On the Select a migration type page, select Remote move migration and then click Next.
On the Select the users page, click Add and select the on-premises users to move to Office 365 and click Add and then click OK. Click Next.
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If you are running Windows 2012 R2 or higher you can jump straight to running the commands. If you are running an older version of Windows Server then you will need to install WMF 4.0. You'll also need to enable remote-signed powershell scripts for the below commands to work.
Connect to Exchange Online PowerShell:
Initiate a prompt in which you enter your Office 365 admin credentials:
$UserCredential = Get-Credential
Prep to import the office 365 powershell commandlets: $Session = Read more [...]