One liner – List Microsoft Teams with their associated Office 365 group email address in Powershell

Working with a client we had a number of Office 365 Groups that were created with a non-publicly routable email domain, and as they were converted to Teams we were cleaning up the email addresses.

I needed a quick way to check which teams had been updated and which still needed to be done. Using the Exchange Online V2 and Teams PowerShell modules, the following simple one liner (once I had connected of course) returned the information I needed:

Connect-ExchangeOnline
Connect-MicrosoftTeams

(get-team).mailnickname | Get-UnifiedGroup | ft DisplayName,primarysmtpaddress

“Edit Renditions” missing on Image Library? Enable the Blobcache…

I was working with Image Renditions in Office 365 recently and switched to test something out on a SharePoint 2013 farm in our Dev Lab. When I checked the images in an Image library the Edit renditions option was missing. I checked all the immediately obvious things but I couldn’t figure out and didn’t have the time to dig further.

Then today, whilst reviewing the Blob Cache configuration guidance I came across this statement in a TechNet article.

For a publishing site that plans to use the image renditions feature, you must enable the BLOB cache.

Aha! That’s why it was missing! I checked the web.config for the Web Application in the Dev Lab, and yes, it was disabled. Hopeful, I switched it to enabled and checked the Image Library to find the missing option had appeared. Problem solved. 🙂

Edit Renditions

References:

Plan for caching and performance in SharePoint Server 2013
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee424404.aspx#Section1a

 

Curah! js link and CSR

I started a Curah! collection on jslink / CSR articles, I hope to improve this to have a way of finding samples to achieve different results as it was a bit hit and miss searching for things when I first started to figure this out last year.

My collection is here: http://curah.microsoft.com/73023/jslink-articles

I saw Wes Preston presenting at SharePoint Evolutions conference last week and he’s put a page together with some links – http://www.idubbs.com/blog/js-link-and-csr/