How to enable archive mailbox in Office 365?

All Exchange Online plans (except Kiosk plans) has the option to enable an in-place email archive. By default, on all plans, the in-place email archive is disabled for all users. An administrator must enable it before it can be accessed. The in-place email archive foldersare stored only in the cloud. The main question is how to enable this option?

  • Access your Office 365 administration using the administrator credentials
  • Select the mailbox you would like to enable archiving option
  • On the right  pane  you will see In-Place Archive
  • Select Enable
  • A new screen will appear asking you if you are sure you wish to enable this feature, click Yes
  • In-Place archive is enabled!


Show different HTML form depending on radio button selection tutorial

<html xmlns=""> 
        <script type="text/javascript"> 
            function displayForm(c){ 
                if(c.value == "1"){ 
                else if(c.value =="2"){ 
            <label>Form 1<input value="1" type="radio" name="formselector" onclick="displayForm(this)"></label>     
            <label>Form 2<input value="2" type="radio" name="formselector" onclick="displayForm(this)"></label>     
        <form style="visibility:hidden" id="form1"><label>Form 1<input type="text"/> </label></form>     
        <form style="visibility:hidden" id="form2"><label>Form 2<input type="text"/> </label></form>     


I added a new user to my existing subscription, but my subscription end date shifted by less than a year. What happened?

Every user in a subscription must have the same end date. Adding a user license to an existing subscription will license the new user through the original expiration date of the subscription. Any additional time will be applied to all existing user licenses, and will extend the subscription’s overall end date.

For example, customer has an Office 365 subscription with 100 seats. However, in month 10, customer adds 100 additional seats. The expiration date for all 200 seats is now 5 months past the expiration date of the first 100 seats. The calculation is as follows: (100 seats x 10 months) / 200 seats