Migrate Mailbox to 365 using PowerShell

Migrating mailboxes to 365 using the GUI options or the website can be time consuming, especially if you have hundreds to do. (Of course, if you was doing batches of mailboxes you’d change this PowerShell to import from a file)

The following, connects to your on premise exchange server, and then connects to your 365 tenant and initiates the transfer of the mailbox.

Note – the on premise exchange server (in my case at least) required credentials in the DOMAIN\USERNAME format, the 365 admin credentials are passed in full UPN format.

Once the above job has been queued, your PowerShell will return to the prompt. If you’d like to get the status of this, or any other move requests currently taking place you can use the Get-MoveRequest commandlet and pipe it to Get-MoveRequestStatistics as per the below

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Evernote Tags Tutorial

Evernote has become an important part of my filing process. However one thing I’ve been trying to get better at is tagging my Evernote notes for even easier locating. 

A recent vlog from Enrico Nahler contains some really useful tips on how to make the best of Evernote’s tags.

Have you found a unique way to keep track of your Evernote notes? Let me know in the comments below.

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VBScript: Completely remove Office 2007

The below VBScript can be used to completely remove all Microsoft Office 2007 components from a machine. This is a deep deep clean, so can take anything up to 2 hours to complete, depending on spec of the machine.