Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013

Bulk import PST files – [updated] v1.1

Just wrote a basic script for importing PST files into mailboxes, that I want to share with the community. It is designed to check for PST files in the specified folder. Based on the filenames (of the PST files) it then verifies that a mailbox can be found. This is done by using the filename and adding the @ character and the domain value into a string value. If there is a match, it returns a value of $True and the script continues with running the New-MailboxImportRequest cmdlet. The script…

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Exchange 2013

Author of a book – PowerShell cookbook

If you have missed the news on my twitter, I can tell you that the last 6 months I’ve been busy with writing a book called “Microsoft Exchange 2013 PowerShell Cookbook: second edition” for Packt Publishing. That’s also why the blog not have been updated that much lately, now it’s time to startup with the activities for the online community work again since the book more or less is completed. Just doing the final updates of the chapters. I want to thank both Anderson Patricio [MVP] and Marcelo Vighi [MVP]…

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Exchange 2010, PowerShell

C#.NET – Configure Exchange 2010 Tool

====== Updated the code again, this time a minor bug in code. Version is now 0.93. ====== Thanks to John A Cook @JohnACook, who found the issue. It’s now resolved, the tool is now updated and working in my lab environment. It was a compilation issue, found out that it was compiled as a x86 tool. Sorry for that folks! Thanks a lot for helping me out ====== Download ChangeLog: 0.93 – Updated minor bug in code 0.92 – Fixed the compile issue. 0.91 – The tool has now been…

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Exchange 2010, PowerShell

C#.NET – Create Mailboxes

Updated: Version 1.0.1 is released I’ve added the possibility to create Room, Equipment and Shared Mailboxes. The zip file with the application is now updated, one CSV example file is included. ===== This is my 3rd C#.Net application, this one is creating mailboxes based on CSV file (semi colon separated). I’m using FileHelpers for reading the CSV file, this dll file is embedded into the exe file for easier handle. The application is using remote PowerShell, so make sure that you have enabled remote PowerShell for the user that’s configured.…

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Exchange 2010, PowerShell

C#.NET – List all mailboxes

Since I promised to put the source code and the application here on the blog, so here it is. The source code can be downloaded here. It’s not any kind of advanced application, it lists all mailboxes in the environment it’s connected to. The connection is done by using Remote PowerShell and can be configured in the Settings tab. The importance to get the application working is to have Remote PowerShell configured for the connecting user. And don’t forget if you’re using HTTPS the certificate names needs to be in…

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