365Tools is in the Powershell gallery

After my previous post about my open-msolconnection function, I decided that it would be nice if I grouped all my commonly used PowerShell scripts for managing Office 365 in a single module, so I could publish it to the PowerShell gallery. So here it is!

As of today, the 365Tools module is available from the Powershell Gallery. Of course, I’ve also created a GitHub repo for maintaining the whole thing.

Currently, the module just includes the open-msolconnection function and a function I use for reporting on mailbox sizes, licensing status, etc.

You can install the module directly from the gallery by using one simple line of code:

install-module -name 365Tools

After that, you can see the commands that are made available through the function:

get-command -module 365tools

Enjoy 🙂 If you have any issues or questions regarding the module, please leave a reply to this blogpost.