Making Game: Alert before hard deleting mailbox in MS Exchange

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I would like to know how to set alert before mailbox would be hard deleted after remove exchange license, for example as email to certain address.

This need doesn’t seem feasible.

According to my research, there is no such function in exchange.

In addition, you may need some additional scripts to do this, but the Exchange server cannot use the script.

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Linux HowTo: Cannot unset ‘Keep lines together’

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I’m having a trouble with duplicating rows in MS Word in my tables and after some googling I found out that the cause could be that ‘Keep Lines Together’ is marked, but in my case in the checkbox, there is a black square. I tried to find out what that black square means, but no answer. Anybody knows? And how do I get rid of it?

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EDIT:
Problem was solved by adding eTag to the right WebDAV requests.

The “black square” next to Keep Lines Together indicates the only a portion (not all) of what you have selected has the Keep Lines Together format applied to it. Clicking on the black box should turn it into a check mark (indicating ALL of your selection now has Keep Lines Together applied). Clicking the box again should remove the check mark. Click OK and the formatting should be removed from your selection.

As a note, when a paragraph formatting change has been made to something in Word, there is (usually) a small black “bullet” that appears to the left of the paragraph (or in your case table cell contents) as a visual indicator that some kind of change has been made from its default formatting:

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That indication can help you sometimes when trying to troubleshoot formatting-related issues you may encounter.

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Making Game: Cannot unset ‘Keep lines together’

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I’m having a trouble with duplicating rows in MS Word in my tables and after some googling I found out that the cause could be that ‘Keep Lines Together’ is marked, but in my case in the checkbox, there is a black square. I tried to find out what that black square means, but no answer. Anybody knows? And how do I get rid of it?

IMG:

EDIT:
Problem was solved by adding eTag to the right WebDAV requests.

The “black square” next to Keep Lines Together indicates the only a portion (not all) of what you have selected has the Keep Lines Together format applied to it. Clicking on the black box should turn it into a check mark (indicating ALL of your selection now has Keep Lines Together applied). Clicking the box again should remove the check mark. Click OK and the formatting should be removed from your selection.

As a note, when a paragraph formatting change has been made to something in Word, there is (usually) a small black “bullet” that appears to the left of the paragraph (or in your case table cell contents) as a visual indicator that some kind of change has been made from its default formatting:

enter image description here

That indication can help you sometimes when trying to troubleshoot formatting-related issues you may encounter.

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Linux HowTo: Sharing Microsoft Teams Shift across organization

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I created a shift for my team using Microsoft Corp Shift app on Teams.

It works great within a people added to shift but how can I share it with everyone in my organization/team?

You should set a policy to assign to the user members of the group.

Get the GroupObjectId of the particular group:

$group = Get-AzureADGroup -SearchString "Contoso Firstline Team"

Get the members of the specified group:

$members = Get-AzureADGroupMember -ObjectId $group.ObjectId -All $true | Where-Object {$_.ObjectType -eq "User"}

More detail information:

Manage the Shifts app for your organization in Microsoft Teams

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Linux HowTo: What is the location (skydrive) of an opened online office 365 document?

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I know that for normal office desktop application you can know where the application is located by going into the file Tab like as the tutorial said.

https://images.tips.net/S06/Figs/T4869F2.png

How about online office files opened in browser, how do i know what is the location of the file?

For office 365 you can click on the top link, then the location is shown.

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They’re either stored on a OneDrive virtual folder or on a SharePoint “folder” (directory, more like), but in both cases, they’re in the cloud, and linked to a specific account.

You need credentials and/or permissions to access them (in the case of a SharePoint folder).

You can download a local copy of a document for ease of use if you want to edit it with your local Word or Excel, then upload it back into the cloud if you want. If the document is shared with others, and they too need to edit it while you are doing that on your PC, there might be data corruption, though.

Those documents are meant to be created, edited, saved and shared online.

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Making Game: What is the location (skydrive) of an opened online office 365 document?

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I know that for normal office desktop application you can know where the application is located by going into the file Tab like as the tutorial said.

https://images.tips.net/S06/Figs/T4869F2.png

How about online office files opened in browser, how do i know what is the location of the file?

For office 365 you can click on the top link, then the location is shown.

enter image description here

They’re either stored on a OneDrive virtual folder or on a SharePoint “folder” (directory, more like), but in both cases, they’re in the cloud, and linked to a specific account.

You need credentials and/or permissions to access them (in the case of a SharePoint folder).

You can download a local copy of a document for ease of use if you want to edit it with your local Word or Excel, then upload it back into the cloud if you want. If the document is shared with others, and they too need to edit it while you are doing that on your PC, there might be data corruption, though.

Those documents are meant to be created, edited, saved and shared online.

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Making Game: Sharing Microsoft Teams Shift across organization

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I created a shift for my team using Microsoft Corp Shift app on Teams.

It works great within a people added to shift but how can I share it with everyone in my organization/team?

You should set a policy to assign to the user members of the group.

Get the GroupObjectId of the particular group:

$group = Get-AzureADGroup -SearchString "Contoso Firstline Team"

Get the members of the specified group:

$members = Get-AzureADGroupMember -ObjectId $group.ObjectId -All $true | Where-Object {$_.ObjectType -eq "User"}

More detail information:

Manage the Shifts app for your organization in Microsoft Teams

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Making Game: Create Pivot Table in Excel (Office 365 Version on Mac) using data on Multiple Sheets without using Add-ins

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I am using Excel 16.37 (Office 365 Version) on a Mac and I would like to create a pivot table using data from multiple sheets (preferably without using VBA Script).

Each sheet contains data for a specific year. The format of the data (row labels, column headings etc.) is essentially the same for each sheet. One solution is to copy and paste the data one below the other, but this is extremely inelegant.

I am using the version on a Mac so I can not install Power Query, Power Pivot etc. It is the version of Excel given to students from my university so I can not install add-ins.

I have read many posts in the Microsoft Office help forum and also tried watching YouTube videos etc., but all of these require a version of Excel on Windows in order to install add-ins etc.

Is there a way that I can easily create a pivot table by using data on multiple worksheets in my situation by simply using the tools provided with Excel 16.3 (Office 365 Version) on a Mac without installing add-ins etc. and without using VBA script?

If this is not the correct place to ask this question, please let me know where I can post it.

Thank you for looking at my post.

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Code Bug Fix: Custom script injection

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Can I inject custom JS in Microsoft Teams? When I tried injecting it says

Refused to load the script 'xxxxxxxxxx.js' because it violates the following Content Security Policy directive: "script-src *.protection.outlook.com 'nonce-yaXPKdhE1aa/JhA/PFsoyw==' 'report-sample' 'self' 'unsafe-eval' 'unsafe-inline' blob: *.office.net *.office365.us *.cms.rt.microsoft.com *.delve.office.com *.teams.microsoft.com *.onenote.com *.presence.skype.com *.streaming.mediaservices.windows.net *.trouter.io ajax.aspnetcdn.com amp.azure.net.

Of course, It’s a genuine error. My question is that is there any ethical, legal way to inject even if it requires permission from the admin. In short, Is there any right way to do it?

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Code Bug Fix: Signature disappearing from after sending email on Outlook OWA (Office 365)

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We have Office 365 and have a number of users who have signatures set.

When they create new emails, the signatures as automatically added into the body of the email, but when sent they are not show to the recipient, internal or external email addresses.

Inspecting the HTML of the body of the email the signature is wrapped in tags which comments out the signature.

Any ideas how/why this is happening?

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