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O365 compatibility #42

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brianhaugli opened this Issue Nov 12, 2016 · 5 comments

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brianhaugli commented Nov 12, 2016

Is this working with Exchange Online?

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dafthack commented Nov 15, 2016

Yes. Give Invoke-SelfSearch the -Remote flag and pass -ExchHostname outlook.office365.com. It will prompt for creds.

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ArgyleD commented Jun 2, 2017

Will Invoke-GlobalMailSearch work in the same way? I'm having trouble with O365

Invoke-GlobalMailSearch -ExchHostname outlook.office365.com -EmailList GAB.txt -AdminUserName (domain\memberofExchangeOrganizationAdministrators) -AdminPassword Password1 -OutputCSV here.csv

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dafthack commented Jun 2, 2017

Hey ArgyleD, Currently Invoke-GlobalMailSearch doesn't work with O365. One option you could possibly do to achieve the same results would be to login to the O365 Admin portal and do a compliance search as detailed in this blog post: https://msitpros.com/?p=3678.

I will look into seeing if there is anyway Invoke-GlobalSearch could do this for O365.

Hope that helps!

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ArgyleD commented Jun 2, 2017

Thank you, this helps! I've had great success with MailSniper on Exchange it's great for demonstrating impact to C-Levels.

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elvarb commented Sep 5, 2017

Has any progress been made into global mail search for O365?

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