Ability to restore Office 365 to a new Office 365 Tenant (in case organization changes accounts).
It would be great to get Office 365 to restore to PST files locally or within a OneDrive location.
In emergency and for migration options. It would be a highly prosperous option to be able to recover Mail from an local server backup directly to the Office 365 cloud exchange.
I can see this allowing an easy alternative the migrate systems to O365 that are currently being protected by MSP Backup and recovery.
If a user is deleted together with a mailbox, you can't restore items from that mailbox. According to support (case 01142535), you need to first remove a mailbox but leave the user and license intact, let a backup of this mailbox pass, then remove the user and license. This is way too error sensitive. We deleted a user (with mailbox and license) and couldn't recover anything of that mailbox anymore. Why did we do a backup ...more »
Currently MSP Backup for Office365 can't restore a mailbox or a mailbox item to a given time. For mails this is not a big issue, but for calendar and contact items this is.
Would like to see Office 365 back up all mail, not just mail that has been deleted since the last time the backup ran.
add Xheader Recommended-action:accept to scout reports
currently scout reports are not including the header so are being moved to junk in office365
Could you make it possible that when a automation script has been run we can put the output of the script into the body of an e-mail without having to mail it through a self defined smtp server. Now i use the Nofication Sussess Failed and Send task output file in Email. But this is in a zipped file and i would like to have it as the Body of the mail. Maybe you can make a output to body of nofication mail in the automation ...more »
Similar to the way Google Chrome logged in users show within the dashboard I would like to see O365 users show if it is possible
Right now the reporting is pretty weak. But we can download CSVs and load them into PowerBI, which is useful but it would be nice if we could hook PowerBI directly into MSP Manager and do data visualization directly on he raw data or at the least take the existing reports and visualize them and any newer reports that get created.
Allow 365 users to be browsed - just like the domain user browser. Allow Azure AD and Exchange Online automations to be run on the 365 object with the object as an input. This would allow everything from password resets, to granting permissions on a mailbox and adding aliases.
Ideally the list of objects is preopoulated on a daily basis so technicians don't have to wait for the list to be pulled.
Office 365 Exchange Online and Azure AD powershell scripting. The built in actions are limited given the variety of powershell commands that exist. Likely the amp actions are just powershell commands underneath, so open it up.