Category: Microsoft 365
How do I manage Live@edu?
Moving to the cloud is a big step for a lot of schools, colleges and universities. “How do I manage Live@edu?” is one of the biggest questions asked by people unfamiliar with the cloud. A common misconception is that cloud services are zero-admin and that once you hand over responsibility of hosting to a cloud […]
What’s new in Microsoft Office 365 for education?
With Microsoft’s announcement yesterday that its Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) and Live@edu would eventually converge into the new Office 365 for enterprises and Office 365 for education offerings it also expanded on some of the benefits that will be available for education customers when it becomes available sometime next year. Ray Fleming (@RayFleming), Microsoft’s […]
Creating Dynamic Distribution Groups for Live@edu via Windows PowerShell (Part 2)
<img style=”background-image: none; margin: 0px 0px 0px 10px; padding-left: 0px; padding-right: 0px; display: inline; float: right; padding-top: 0px; border-width: 0px;” title=”spam” alt=”spam” src=”http://blog.jamesbmarshall.com/wp-content/uploads/2In part 1 of this guide I covered how to create a DDG that sent mail to users that had “Parent” in their CustomAttribute1 field. I also described how to test the DDG […]
Creating Dynamic Distribution Groups for Live@edu via Windows PowerShell (Part 1)
Following on from my previous post detailing the options for sending mass mails, I thought it would be useful to post the PowerShell code I’ve used in the past to create, and test, DDGs. DDGs, rather than store a set list of recipients, will mail users who satisfy the criteria upon which the group is […]
Dynamic Distribution Groups in Live@edu
Sending an email to lots of users is not just the preserve of spam bots and marketers it’s also something people need to do with perfect legitimacy. Take, for example, the warden for a university halls of residence who may want to email all his resident students to welcome them to their new home for […]