Office 365 Reporting Web Service API developer queries related to response limit, permissions, reports!!

As you aware that the Office 365 Reporting web service enables developers to integrate information on email and spam, antivirus activity, compliance status, and Lync Online activities into their custom service reporting applications and web portals. These are few frequent queries that I come across Office 365 Reporting Web Service API developers – so I…


Outlook Developer: Outlook Object Model API, IRM, Do not forward option

With Outlook Object Model (OOM) API, now you can access the Outlook mail item and its permission property programmatically. You can set the Permission property – using that you can set or returns an OlPermission constant that determines the permissions the recipients will have on the e-mail item. C++ public: property Microsoft::Office::Interop::Outlook::OlPermission Permission { Microsoft::Office::Interop::Outlook::OlPermission get(); void…


Guide: How to do the change management for Office 365 clients?

Daily i come across good number of customers/IT pros where they want to know more about the change management for Office 365 clients, so i am posting the related info here. As you aware the client applications that are included with Office 365 are released regularly with updates that provide new features and functionality together…


Gotchas – Microsoft Graph/Outlook REST API throttling, best practices

In recent times, I was working with this customer where they make Graph API calls, Say, GET https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/users/YYY@XXX.onmicrosoft.com/mailFolders/inbox/messages?$skip=0&$top=30&$select=bodypreview,categories,conversationid,from,hasattachments,id,isdraft,isread,lastmodifieddatetime,parentfolderid,receiveddatetime,replyto,sender,sentdatetime,subject,torecipients and few other GET (read operations of mail folders/single item handles specifically) and few POST/PATCH calls. They noticed, once the throttling threshold is exceeded, Microsoft Graph limits any further requests from that client for a period of…


Download: Managing Click-to-Run deployments using Microsoft Office 2016 Deployment tool

The Office 2016 Deployment Tool allows the administrator to customize and manage Office 2016 Click-to-Run deployments. This tool will help administrators to manage installations sources, product/language combinations, and deployment configuration options for Office Click-to-Run. Some administrators will need more control beyond the default Click-to-Run installation behavior in order to work best in their environments. In…

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Microsoft Office 365–Using Exchange PowerShell to get Users photo from Microsoft Office 365

You can use the Get-UserPhoto cmdlet to view information about the user photos feature that allows users to associate a picture with their account. User photos appear in on-premises and cloud-based client applications, such as Microsoft Outlook Web App (OWA), Lync, Skype for Business, and SharePoint. Please note that, – This cmdlet is available in…


Part # 2 {Office Insider} – Getting early access to new Office 2016 features to the Office 365 Commercial customers

Adding this is in continuation of my earlier post. If you’re the admin for an organization that has an Office 365 commercial subscription plan that includes Office, such as Office 365 ProPlus, you can provide your users with early access to new features of Office 2016 for Windows desktops by opting into the First Release…


Video: Understand your Productivity, analytics with Microsoft Office 365 MyAnalytics Outlook add-in

Microsoft Office 365 MyAnalytics Outlook add-in is part of MyAnalytics. MyAnalytics helps you understand how you communicate and spend your time at work.  Now with Microsoft Office 365 MyAnalytics add-in enables executives, managers and workers to focus on what matters most with time and network insights derived from Office 365. Understand time by category, collaboration…


How to: Uninstall/re-install Office 2016/2013, Office 365 and old versions

The following steps describe how to uninstall Office 2016 or 2013 products on a PC (laptop, desktop, or 2-in-1). – Try uninstalling Office using the Control Panel first. – If that doesn’t work use the easy fix tool or try uninstalling Office manually. – You can Download the Easy Fix Tool Here are the related…


Free access to Microsoft Azure Cloud services, Office 365, EMS, SharePoint & more!!

Microsoft IT Pro Cloud Essentials is a free annual subscription which includes cloud services, education, and support benefits. IT Pro Cloud Essentials provides IT Implementers with hands-on experience, targeted educational opportunities, and access to experts in areas that matter most to increase knowledge and create a path to career advancement. With this you can, -…


Improving Office 365 End user adoption with FastTrack

Microsoft FastTrack lets you discover what’s possible with Office 365, plan for successful rollouts and enable new users and capabilities at your own pace. Now you can understand more by looking at the following the video… Microsoft FastTrack, the customer success service for Office 365, is designed to help you move to the cloud and…

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OffCAT error – The Installed has insufficient privileges to access this directory

Also I remember a related error message that you may get specific to OffCAT installation. "The Installed has insufficient privileges to access this directory "C:\program files\Microsoft\OffCAT". The installation cannot continue. Log on as administrator or contact your system administrator".  If you attempt to install OffCAT as a non-administrative user, you will receive the following error…


Outlook 2016 – When you try to create a macro in Outlook receive error messages "Unexpected error, quitting" and "Out of memory"

One of my customer reported that he installed Office 2016 on a PC and tried creating a macro in Outlook then he received error messages "Unexpected error, quitting", followed by "Out of memory". We tried opening the Outlook VBA Editor, unfortunately it doesn’t open either. Alternately we checked and made sure that they don’t see…