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As you pointed out, the table under the "SENDERS" heading suggests that the property type used is: "Patterns". This is defined later in that same document. If you scroll down further on that page to the heading "PROPERTY TYPES" and look under Patterns: This will link you to the exact definition of Microsoft's Regular Expression ...


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I found the user account under Exchange> recipients> shared. I converted the mailbox back to a regular mailbox, had the user test, and the user was able to successfully update the group mailbox membership.


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Thanks to the tip from AndyDavid in the Microsoft forums, we now use the visitor's address as the from address after all. Using an Exchange mail flow rule, we deactivate the spam check on our mail server and thus avoid possible problems with failed SPF checks. You can find my thread in the Microsoft forums


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Based on my knowledge, you could add a disclaimer as a signature to the shared mailbox by creating a transport rule(Append the HTML disclaimer / Apply a HTML disclaimer to the message). The following rule is for your reference: If you grant the Send As permission of the shared mailbox to users, after they "send as" the shared mailbox, the ...


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Outlook on the Desktop requires a mailbox to be added explicitly (manually in the instructions below). Not implicitly via Auto Provisioning. Only then are you able to set it a signature as a default. Instructions on how to do it are here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/office/open-and-use-a-shared-mailbox-in-outlook-d94a8e9e-21f1-4240-808b-de9c9c088afd ...


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As Krackout said, you could use fl and foreach to output the details of all inbox rules. The following commands are for your reference: $mailboxes = Get-Mailbox -RecipientTypeDetails UserMailbox -ResultSize unlimited foreach($mailbox in $mailboxes){Get-InboxRule -Mailbox $mailbox.Name | fl MailboxOwnerID,Name,Description,Enabled,RedirectTo, MoveToFolder,...


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We are using EdbMails Exchange backup application and it costs us $5 per month for 200 mailboxes. You can log in with your admin credentials and backup all mailboxes to your local drive. It is AES 256-bit Encrypted, Incremental, and Highly Compressed Backup. It allows you to set the Private Encryption Key for the backup for additional protection for your ...


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