Tag Archives: Powershell
Imagine you have a bunch of pictures of your users… and imagine that they are 648×648 pixels and are named %username%.jpg. Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could upload those in Office 365 without bothering your users with an instruction?
One of the strenghts of Sharepoint is imo the user subscribed email alerts. Our SharePoint admin created a workflow that produces an email. This email contains some HTML to make it pretty. Outlook however, by default, blocks the HTML and the receivers end up with an email that’s well… ‘not’ so pretty.
To enable a user for Lync, some admin interaction is normally necessary. To make life a bit easier, but to stay in-control at the same time, I wrote a PowerShell script. The key features are; Checks for usersobjects in multiple user defined OUs Checks if the userobjects are enabled Checks if the userobject has an […]
Recently I have been doing a lot with Powershell. There is just one issue… a blue window with white text on it, it’s not really cool is it? Especially when you are running lenghty scripts, it just looks cool for geeks like myself. How cool would it be if the PowerShell window could be transparant? […]
My colleague had problems connecting his brand new Samsung Galaxy Advance, running Android 2.3.6, to the Enterprise mail server. After configuring his device he received the message: Congratulations! After connecting your mobile device to Exchange Server 2010, you can now send text messages from Outlook 2010 and Outlook Web App on your computer. You can […]