MYK-IT (26th April 2013)
Change their UPN and primary SMTP address to reflect the new domain, and add the original (now legacy) domain as an additional email address.
If you're synchronizing with AD, forget PowerShell, make the changes there and wait for DirSync to sync the changes (or force a manual sync).
Hi, The PowerShell commands are as follows:
The Upper SMTP will set the primary email address.Set-Mailbox USERNAME -EmailAddresses SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org,smtp:username@tenancy. onmicrosoft.com,smtp:email@example.com
If you wish to change the User Logon ID then you need to use the following Powershell Command:
But as James has pointed out, If you are using DirSync then I would make the change within Active Directory OnPremise & then when the next Sync completes this will update the users accordingly.
If you want to make this change, you can do this using a script to modify the attributes for a list of users in a CSV, If you want this then let me know and I'll post that up.
The upgrade to the new Office 365 Education (aka the-one-that-looks-like-Exchange-2013, or Wave 15, or "the blue one") is automatic, and you get a notification. The upgrade involves ZERO downtime and your end users do not need to reconfigure anything. You'll get a notification sent to you advising you of your scheduled date.
You can postpone once by at least 60 days, after which you'll be rescheduled. This rescheduled date cannot be postponed.
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