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Sync Office 365 / AzureAD down to ADDS

Sync Office 365 / AzureAD down to ADDS

I recently found myself needing to build out an on premise Active Directory environment and populate it from objects found in Office 365 (AzureAD). The local Active Directory would then be configured as the identity source and would sync up to AzureAD using Azure AD Connect. Unfortunately, Azure AD Connect is currently a one way sync from your on premise Active Directory Domain Services environment to AzureAD and wont sync objects down. AADConnect does have the ability to match our AzureAD objects to their corresponding Active Directory objects but, if an attribute like City, Phone Number, Department, Title, etc. is present in your existing AzureAD and not in ADDS, the attribute may remain in AzureAD but not replicate down to ADDS. So we will want to copy over as many attributes from AzureAD to our local Active Directory as possible in preparation for the Azure AD Connect sync. We will … Continue...

Customize your Office 365 Encrypted Messages with your Organizations Brand in Office 365

Customize your Office 365 Encrypted Messages with your Organizations Brand in Office 365

As an Office 365 administrator, you can apply your company branding to customize the look of your organization’s Office 365 Message Encryption email messages as well as the contents of the encryption portal. You can customize the following aspects of the viewing experience for recipients of encrypted email messages:

  • Introductory text of the email that contains the encrypted message
  • Disclaimer text of the email that contains the encrypted message
  • Text that appears in the OME portal
  • Logo that appears in the email message and OME portal
  • Background color in the email message and OME portal

You can also revert back to the default look and feel at any time.

Below is the default message your recipient will see when they receive an encrypted email message.

Customize the Message

To customize the OME message you will first need to connect to Exchange Online using Remote PowerShell. You then want to get … Continue...