Microsoft has updated the Outlook Mail App and broke Exchange. However, you can still use the Outlook app to check Exchange mailboxes. You just have to know the trick!
Using Powershell to list mailboxes in Exchange 2010 from a workstation.
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Powershell script to set the out-of-office auto-reply for a mailbox in Exchange
I went to perform a Discovery Search on our Exchange 2010 server for the first time since installing the server. Naturally, there was a problem. When trying to create a search using the Exchange Control Panel (ECP) the response was an error and the search could not be saved. My first thought was to make sure the arbitration accounts were setup and had the correct permissions. So, in the Exchange Management Shell I ran the command get-user -arbitration which showed the system mailboxes […]
Powershell commands to import contact photo into Exchange Global Address list.
Aside from the GUI Exchange 2010 gives you two ways to assign client permissions — the permissions that dictate what end-users or clients can do — to Public Folders. One is a Powershell command that will apply permissions to a single folder. The other is a Powershell script that will apply permissions to a single folder and all subfolders. Command to add client permission to single folder: Add-PublicFolderClientPermission -User ‘mydomain\jchaven’ -AccessRights ‘Reviewer’ -Identity ‘\Management\Former Employee Mailboxes\John Doe\Calendar’ -Server ‘servername.mydomain.local’ Powershell script to […]