forms – How to migrate IMAP to Office 365?

Upgrading from IMAP to Office 365 for improved productivity and security, in such scenarios, migration with the right approach is required.

You can choose to migrate user mailbox content from Internet Mail Access Protocol (IMAP) to Office 365. I'll show you how to migrate IMAP to Office 365 using EdbMails IMAP migration tool.

Simple steps to migrate IMAP to Office 365 using EdbMails application:

1 Download the EdbMails application

2 Start your free journey to access the app

3 Select IMAP Migration

4 Connect to the source IMAP server

5 Migrate IMAP to Office 365

The appropriate message will be displayed after the end of the migration operation.

The latest features are:

Compatible with all IMAP servers.
Simple and efficient migration.
Moves the IMAP file to another mailbox.
IMAP offers simultaneous access facilities.
Advanced filter
Fast and secure migration process.
Migrate multiple G suites at once to Office 365.
Maintains quality and original form.
Free trail version to test all the features.
24/7 assistance with live chat and phone calls.
Simple and direct user interface.
The app provides a free demo version which allows you to migrate 30 items from each folder and you can also check out all the features before purchasing the license

Click here: IMAP migration

Microsoft Office 365 – For an O365 room calendar, do PublishingEditor permissions override Delegate permission settings?

Office 365 Exchange Online has folder permissions, such as "PublishingEditor", which grant a user read / write permission to a folder / calendar. It also has Delegate authorization settings, so users must request authorization from a delegate in order to book a meeting on a calendar.

Am I right to think that folder permissions prevail over delegate permissions? So, for example, could a publisher unilaterally delete a calendar meeting without the permission of a delegate?

Office 365 – OneDrive Word does not back up

I have this document on OneDrive which is just not automatically downloading / saving. I originally had it in OneDrive and it worked, saved automatically and all that, but then moved it to my desktop thinking it would create a shortcut. Then with the new document, the automatic save was broken and I can't save it at all on OneDrive (but when I make changes and CTRL + S, the backups always appear when I close and reopens on the online version)

Download seems to fail multiple times on Ondrive's automatic recording network

Office 365 – Deployment of logical applications from DEV to PROD

I'm new to Logic Apps, so that could be a very basic question.

Here's what I did,

I have created a very basic logic application which fires when a new item is created in the SharePoint list and sends an email.

Logic App creates a JSON file behind the scene and when I looked at it I can see that the name of the list is not mentioned but the ID of the list is captured.

If I deploy this via PowerShell in the next environment (TEST / PROD), it will not work.

So my question is how to update my logic so that it works with the next environment (TEST / PROD)

SQL Server 2016 – MDS Add-in for Excel Office 365 – Error

I installed Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Master Data Services (MDS) successfully, but I encountered an error (bug?) When installing the add-in for Excel – which can download / download respectively data from / to the MDS repository.

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Please find the screenshot of the attached error message – It looks like a compatibility issue between Excel 365 and MDS 2016. But the download page doesn't mention anything specific about it.

Could someone please inform if there is a work around this compatibility issue? Or, what if I encounter a bug?

(Note: I'm on – Windows 10 computer, MS Office 365, MS SQL Server 2016, MDS installed on Windows 2016 SP2 server)

How to get search results in SharePoint (Office 365 E3)?

I have a problem with the document and page search function. Here's what I did:

  1. Creating a default Office 365 E3 trial account based on the default domain name:

Office 365 E3
Microsoft Kaizala Pro
Whiteboard (plan 2)
Information protection for Office 365 – Standard
Outlook by
To do (plan 2)
Microsoft forms (E3 plan)
Microsoft Stream for O365 E3 SKU
Microsoft StaffHub
Flow for
Office 365
PowerApps for Office 365
Microsoft teams
Microsoft planner
Yammer Enterprise
Azure rights
The latest desktop version of Office
Skype for
Online business (plan 2)
Office for the web
SharePoint Online
(Plan 2)
Online exchange (plan 2)

  1. Creation of a communication site and addition of some Word documents, links, Web pages.

  2. Configured the site as follows:

     Site Information
      View all site settings
       Search and Offline Availability
        Allow this site to appear in search results? -> **Yes**
        This site contains fine-grained permissions. Specify the site's ASPX page indexing behavior: -> **Always index all Web Parts on this site**
        Reindex site
     Library Settings
      Advanced Settings
       Allow items from this document library to appear in search results? -> **Yes**
       Allow non-default views from this list to appear in search results? -> **Yes**
       Reindex Document Library
  3. Search performed on the main site page and on the Documents page with a result:
    We found 0 results for document here or No items match your search

  4. I have spent a lot of time on Google and I have not found a solution. I have also read questions and answers on this resource, but I have not found a solution that could help.

Could you please help me with this problem?

dnd 5e – Can you use Create a system using the protection glyph to launch the teleporation circle every 365 days

Just curious to know if there is an ingenious way to configure multiple protection glyphs to activate them simultaneously. Some of them launch a teleportation circle, some receive a protective glyph and store a cast teleportation circle.

That way, in 365 days, you can enjoy an effective low-cost circle with a few rugs while exploring?

Can the default SharePoint collections in Office 365 be safely deleted?


This is the default site collection in which you can create your Intranet. It is the perfect place to create new team sites, service sites, document management sites. You don't need to use this particular site collection for Intranet, and you can always create a new one (more on that later in the post), but this one has it Cleanest (shortest) URL that's easy to remember!

The second site collection in the list is / portals / hub. This is a site collection that contains all the videos that you would post to the Office 365 video portal. I wrote a detailed article on Video Portal – check it out. Office 365 Video Portal is like an internal YouTube for your organization. You can publish all kinds of videos and organize them by channels, like on YouTube. It can be very useful for training, marketing and other corporate videos.

You can see or not this collection of sites in the list. If you do, this site collection is a dedicated space with the community features enabled. It allows administrators to manage discussions in a virtual environment. Honestly, I don't see this feature used by many organizations, so I wouldn't sweat it if I were you. Just know what this site collection is in case you see it, and let's move on! If you have free time, you can read more about this site collection here (official Microsoft article).

This is the site collection responsible for searching your SharePoint environment. Whenever you search in your SharePoint (i.e. using the search box in the upper right corner of the SharePoint site), this site collection (officially known as the Search Center ) processes the requests and displays the results for users. If you've always wanted to adjust how your search results are displayed or how the search query / logic works, you would modify the Search Center (this particular site collection). You can also create additional research centers (site collections) to provide users with an alternative search experience, but that is the subject of some future blog posts.

For more information, see this link,

What are all these site collections in SharePoint?

Office 365 – Recover files in the same directory as the Excel document via VSTO

I have a VSTO on Ms Excel / Word which checks the current location of the active document (Dim MyPath as String = Application.ActiveWorkbook.FullName), then extract the list of files located in the same folder that contains this document (For Each MyFile As FileInfo in New DirectoryInfo(MyPath).GetFiles).

This works well when the file is on a local drive. How can I adapt the code to make it work for files stored on the Office 365 online version of SharePoint?

Even a recommended read would be useful because I don't know where to start.

The code in C # or VB are both ok.