First delete it as you normally do, after you do that it will be moved to the “Deleted Accounts Store”
To see all the users and object that is in this store, log on to your tenant and click on users under management, then click the Deleted on top of the users page that opens.
You can also get a list from PowerShell by typing Get-MsolUser –ReturnDeletedUsers
From this page you can now restore users and rooms that are deleted.
But while the accounts are in this store they are still visible in the address list, and if its lets say a room that you just created and spelled wrong, so you removed it. It will still show in the Rooms list and people will try to book it.
So how do we delete object from this list?
Well in the web portal there is only one option: to restore. So we need to look at PowerShell which is the only way to remove them as of now.
To upgrade your 32-bit installation of the directory synchronization tool, you must first uninstall it, and then install the 64-bit tool on a new computer.
Although the 32-bit instance of the directory synchronization tool is removed, the overall state of the objects in your on-premises and cloud directories, respectively, is preserved. When you install and configure your 64-bit instance of the directory synchronization tool, it finds and matches objects in the cloud with on-premises objects. However, the 64-bit instance of the tool will not find and match objects in the cloud if on-premises object deletions occurred when the 32-bit instance of the directory synchronization tool was offline.
Therefore, you must minimize changes to your on-premises objects during the upgrade to the 64-bit instance of the directory synchronization tool.
On the computer on which the Directory Synchronization tool is installed, open the Control Panel, select Add and Remove Programs, and then uninstall the Directory Synchronization tool.
If a synchronization session is in progress, a warning message appears when you try to remove the Directory Synchronization tool. If you receive this warning, wait until synchronization is complete, and then repeat this step.
Install the 64-bit version of the Directory Synchronization tool installation file on another computer. To do this, sign in to the Office 365 portal, click Admin in the header, click Users under Management in the left pane, click Set up in the Users pane, select Windows 64-bit version, and then click the Download button for step 4: Install and configure the Directory Synchronization tool.
On the last page of the installation program, select Start Configuration Wizard now, and then click Finish. The Microsoft Online Services Directory Configuration Wizard starts.
Sometime next year Office 2010 will arrive and includes OneNote that for sure is my favorite app all-time that i use most after Outlook.
So what’s coming?
Sync to Cloud (Windows Live): In addition to being able to sync to storage devices like USB drives and SharePoint, the next version of OneNote is going to sync to the Windows Live service (aka “the cloud”) so your notebooks are available from any computer, any time. There aren’t a lot of details on how exactly this is going to work, but I’m definitely excited to check this out.
OneNote Web App: With the web application, part of the online Office suite of web apps, you’ll be able to access and edit your entire notebook from a browser. That’s true even if you’re on a machine that doesn’t have OneNote installed.
OneNote Mobile: A more complete OneNote version for Windows Mobile phones will sync whole notebooks and will sync directly to the cloud.