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Damian Scoles

Damian Scoles is an eight-time Microsoft MVP specializing in Exchange, Office 365 and PowerShell. He is currently based in the Chicago area and started out managing Exchange 5.5 and Windows NT. He has been working with Office 365 since BPOS and has experience with Azure AD, Security and Compliance Admin Centers, and Exchange Online. His community outreach includes contributing to TechNet forums, creating PowerShell scripts that can be found in the TechNet Gallery, writing in-depth PowerShell / Office365 / Exchange blog articles, tweets, and creating PowerShell videos on YouTube. He has written five PowerShell books and is also actively working on the book "Microsoft 365 Security for IT Pros".

October 18, 2021 - 9 min read

Documenting Exchange Server with PowerShell

Documenting a working (or not?) environment is an important task usually undertaken by...

June 16, 2021 - 7 min read

Migrating Mailboxes to Exchange Online with PowerShell – Part 1

Migrations of mailboxes from Exchange to Exchange Online are handled in two ways; either using...

May 19, 2021 - 12 min read

PowerShell and Exchange Online Security

Hackers. Spammers. Phishing. Oh my! (Okay that was cliché.)

But seriously, Exchange Online faces...

April 19, 2021 - 28 min read

Introduction to the new Exchange Online V2 Cmdlets

The new set of cmdlets in the Exchange Online V2 Module proves to be a boon and somewhat of a...


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