When creating user accounts and Mailboxes in Office 365 the default Microsoft password policy is applied, which means you have to change your password every 90 days.
While it is a best practice to change your password on a regular basis not every customer is too happy with this. I can think of one exception and that’s a service account, this makes sense to have the password set to never expire.
To change this option for user accounts in Office 365 you have to use the Windows Azure Active Directory PowerShell module to connect to Office 365 using the following commands:
$msolcred = get-credential
connect-msolservice -credential $msolcred
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My Exchange 2013 (CU7) servers are logging warning approx. every hour regarding the free available disk space on the Mailbox database volumes in the
Application and Services | Microsoft | Exchange | Managed Availability | Monitoring crimson channel in the eventlog. The threshold for this is set to 175GB, and especially for lab environment this can be too low.
The following event is logged:
Log Name: Microsoft-Exchange-ManagedAvailability/Monitoring
Date: 1/22/2015 12:07:46 PM
Event ID: 4
Task Category: Monitoring
Database ‘MDB02’ is low on log volume space. ‘MDB02’ is low on log volume space [F:\]. Current=86,97 GB, Threshold=175,78 GB Continue reading Database MDB02 is low on log volume space