Microsoft stellt ein Update für die “Microsoft Online Services Transporter Tools” (aka Microsoft Online Services Migration Tools) bereit.

Dafür wurden folgende Features hinzugefügt bzw. geändert:

  • Neue Befehle um Administratoren das Verwalten der Passwort Erneuerung für Benutzerkonten zu erlauben
  • Neue Befehle um Administratoren die Verwaltung von Berechtigungen in Exchange Online Mailboxen zu erlauben
  • Neue Serverbasierte Weiterleitungsregeln für Exchange Online.

Folgende genauere Beschreibungen der Befehle können hier abgerufen werden:

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  • Set-MSOnlineUserPasswordNeverExpire. This commandlet allows Administrators to set user account passwords to never expire. While Microsoft does not recommend non-expiring passwords due to security best practices, non-expiring passwords are often needed for service accounts that support line of business applications, unmonitored mailboxes, and mail-enabled hardware.

Administrators setting non-expiring passwords for user accounts in their organization will need to be aware of actions required when the organization transitions from BPOS-Standard to Office 365. Required steps for organizations with non-expiring passwords can be found in an earlier post to this blog on the topic.

  • Add-MSOnlineMailPermission. With this commandlet, Administrators can establish alternate permissions for an Exchange Online mailbox, such as granting full access to a delegate or granting send-as and send-on-behalf permissions to a delegate.
  • Set-MSOnlineAlternateRecipient. This commandlet allows Administrators to set server-side rules to forward Exchange Online messages to an alternative e-mail address, including forwarding to a distribution list (DL).

The updated Transporter Tool supporting these PowerShell commandlets are now available via the Microsoft Download Center.

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