Import calendar event through impersonation – O365

Sometimes, for several reasons, you’ll have to import calendar events into users mailbox in O365.

That could be done using different methods, directly using a service account (with a mailbox !), impersonated (as if the user created the event).

Here below is a quick example of a small script (powershell of course ! )

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O365 – Tips & Tricks in Powershell


For those who are starting to work on O365 using powershell, here below are some short lines to help you.

Prerequisites :

Connect to O365 :

$cred=get-credential -Message "Please provide an O365 admin account"
connect-msolservice -credential $cred
$O365Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri -Credential $cred -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection
Import-PSSession $O365Session -AllowClobber

Add a licence to a user :

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O365 – Check Sync batch

When you are doing a migration from Exchange to O365, there are two ways :

  • Direct Migration
  • Two step migration (provisioning then migrating)

If you choose the second way, you’ll have to check if all mailboxes are synced and not failed.

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Get all pst files set up in Outlook ?

Function GetPstFromProfil {
$ol=New-Object -ComObject Outlook.Application
$store=$ns.Session.Stores|Where-Object{$_.FilePath -match "pst$"}
$store | Foreach-Object{
	If($PSTFiles -ne $null){
	If($PSTFiles -eq $null){


return $PSTFiles

Then you just have to call that function such as :


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Office 365: Connecting to Exchange Online with Remote PowerShell

roualin logo-office-365 Office 365: Connecting to Exchange Online with Remote PowerShell

As you may have heard, the Office 365 beta has started and it includes Microsoft Exchange Online, which is powered by Exchange Server 2010 SP1, and it can be fully managed via PowerShell v2 remoting. So, if you’re in the Office 365 beta, you can use the steps below to connect to Exchange Online with remote PowerShell from any machine with an internet connection. You just need PowerShell v2, which is installed by default on Windows 7 and 2008 R2. It can be downloaded and installed on down-level operating systems through Windows Update, or from here.

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