How to add autoreply on shared mailbox o365

To set the auto-reply for the shared mailbox, follow the steps below:

  1. Login on office365, then admin center after that Exchange admin center.
  2. Click your picture on the upper right corner of the page, select Another user and double click the shared mailbox.
  3. Navigate to organize email – automatic replies. Select Send automatic replies and type the content for the replies for internal users and external users respectively. Click Save at last.

Add your or a users photo to Office 365

Applies To: Office 365 Admin Office for business Office 365 Small Business Admin

You can add your user photo to Office 365 anywhere you see the user photo.
  
at the top of the screen. Your photo will appear everywhere there’s a user photo box in Office 365.

TIP: If you upload a low-resolution photo, it might appear sideways. There’s no fix other than to upload a photo with a higher resolution.

To add your user picture to Office 365 for business

  1. Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account.
  • When you are logged in, choose the user photo box  > Change.
Should look something like this
  • Add your photo, and then select Save.

Admins: How to add photos on behalf of users

If you are an Office 365 admin, there are two ways you can add photos on behalf of your users.

Method 1: Use the Exchange Admin Center

  1. Go to the Office 365 admin center, and then open the Exchange admin center.
  • Choose your own profile picture, and then choose Another user.
  • Select the user you want to update, and then choose OK.
  • Under Account, choose Edit information.
  • Choose Change.
  • Browse to the photo you want to upload, select it, and then choose Save.
Thats it!


Method 2: Use Windows PowerShell

Set-UserPhoto "username" -PictureData ([System.IO.File]::ReadAllBytes("C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\photo.jpg"))

FIGHT SPAM o365

Office 365 already does several things for spam and phishing filtering [3], but there are a few things that customers can do to help cut down on these types of messages:

Submit spam and phishing samples back to Office 365

This is important!

The reason to submit spam back to Microsoft is that it greatly assists in speeding up the discovery of new campaigns as well as the replication of updated signatures. Abuse submissions are combined with multiple other data sources as confirmation signals for faster signature updates. This is true even if we are currently catching the campaign (i.e., the user received spam and our signatures subsequently updated, and then the user submits it to us).

To submit spam to Office 365, please refer to this blog post:

* Submitting spam to Office 365 
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/tzink/archive/2014/09/12/submitting-spam-back-to-office-365.aspx 
       
Submit malware to Microsoft
If the message is malware and not spam, you can submit it to Microsoft:

* Microsoft Malware Protection Center submission portal 
https://www.microsoft.com/security/portal/submission/submit.aspx

Microsoft and Office 365 use these samples to update our anti-malware engines. You can also submit to VirusTotal. Office 365 uses 3 anti-malware engines and all of them are on VirusTotal, who shares samples amongst the other anti-malware companies.

Enable Bulk mail filtering

While neither spam nor phishing, many customers often identify bulk email as spam. The bulk mail feature should be enabled as it can help cut down on the overall level of spam complaints, even if the content is bulk rather than explicitly malicious. For more information, see my previous blog post:

* Different Levels of Bulk Mail Filtering in Office 365 
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/tzink/archive/2014/08/25/different-levels-of-bulk-mail-filtering-in-office-365.aspx

Invest in User Education

User education is one of the most important aspects of anti-phishing. While technology is one component, users need to be aware of the risks. There are several free resources:

* OnlineGuard.gov’s Antiphishing Page 
http://www.onguardonline.gov/articles/0003-phishing

* The Anti-Phishing Working Group’s advice to avoid phishing scams 
http://apwg.org/resources/overview/avoid-phishing-scams

For larger organizations, they may want the services of companies that provide anti-phishing education, conducting campaigns to help train users to become more aware of the phishing problem. Two of the ones I am aware of are:

* PhishMe 
http://phishme.com/

* PhishGuru 
http://www.wombatsecurity.com/phishguru

A combination of technology plus user education is the best method of preventing falling for phishing scams.

Customize the Office 365 theme for your organization

Learn how to customize your theme in the Microsoft 365 admin center. As the admin of your Office 365 for business subscription, you can change the default theme that appears in the top navigation bar for everyone in the organization. You can add your company logo and change the colors to match the rest of your brand. You can even add a destination link for users to navigate to when clicking on your logo. You can see here the default theme and custom theme result in Office 365.

Default Office 365 theme and Custom Office 365 theme

Customize your theme in the Microsoft 365 admin center

  1. Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account.
  2. Navigate to the Microsoft 365 admin center
  3. Navigate to Settings > Organization profile.
  4. Next to Manage custom themes for your organization, click or tap Edit.
  5. Change the theme elements you want for your organization. Your changes will be previewed on this page:
  • Logo image: Choose whether to use an image from a URL or to upload an image. If you use a URL, please ensure that the URL uses HTTPS and is 200 x 30 pixels of any format of any size. You may upload a logo under 10 KB that is 200 x 30 pixels in JPG, PNG, GIF, or SVG format .
  • URL for a clickable logo: You may use your logo in the navigation bar as a link to any company resource. You may enter the URL for the logo here, starting with http:// or https://. This is optional.
  • Background image: Select the image and upload your own JPG, PNG, or GIF with a resolution of 1366 x 50 pixels, no larger than 15 KB. The background image appears in the top navigation bar on every page.

Powershell Sent email saves in Share mailbox o365

So you have a shared mailbox or common mailbox for example E1 account, and you want everyone who has access and sent an email from this mailbox ends sends email should end up in this mailbox sent an item.
To this, you need to take help from Powershell.

First, you need to connect to office365 with Powershell.

Get all information about the mailbox

get-msoluser -UserPrincipalName mailbox@domain.com | fl *
#Look for  MessageCopyForSentAsEnabled its deafult false 

To change it to true

set-mailbox email@domain.com -MessageCopyForSentAsEnabled $True


and if you want to change it back to false
do the last command but change $true to $false like this

set-mailbox email@domain.com -MessageCopyForSentAsEnabled $false


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