Microsoft Exchange Server Scripts and Programming News
February 13, 2008
Active Directory and Exchange Server administrators must learn scripting language and command prompts to keep their careers on track.
April 27, 2007
Although the PowerShell scripting language might be tricky for IT managers at first, early adopters say learning it is well worth the effort.
September 28, 2006
PowerShell technology gives Windows administrators a command line shell and scripting language of their own.
April 25, 2006
At its Management Summit 2006, Microsoft said it will offer its own service desk. The company also rebranded upcoming versions of SMS, MOM, Exchange and the Monad scripting shell.
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RBAC allows admins to perform certain tasks in Exchange, and the unscoped top-level management roles limit admins authorized to gain access to accounts and scripts. Continue Reading
Without a GUI, there are a lot of tasks that Office 365 admins need to use PowerShell for. Connect to Office 365 from PowerShell to save you and your organization time. Continue Reading
There are hundreds of new cmdlets in Exchange 2013, but these eight PowerShell cmdlets will help you manage, monitor and troubleshoot the Exchange 2013 setup. Continue Reading
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Use the Power Gadgets add-on tool for Exchange Management Shell (EMS) to collect Exchange Server 2007 data and display it in graphical reports. Continue Reading
SearchExchange.com contributor Serdar Yegulalp explains what a catch-all Exchange Server mailbox is and the pros and cons of using one. He also shares a script that can automate the catch-all process for a given domain. Continue Reading
Are you frustrated by the lack of a simple command-line tool to perform basic Exchange administration tasks? Introducing ExchMbx -- a free third-party command-line utility. Continue Reading
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Administrators who are familiar with PowerShell can use their skills to extract user mailbox information for Exchange Online reports. Continue Reading
Administrators can find items in Exchange mailboxes using the Search-Mailbox cmdlet. Here's how to use it to its fullest potential, with an example to follow. Continue Reading
PowerShell is the tool of choice for managing Exchange, so the learning should never stop. This guide will help admins get a solid understanding of the language. Continue Reading
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When a wayward message doesn't reach its intended mailbox, there are times it takes a combination of tools, log files and troubleshooting techniques to fix an email flow problem. Continue Reading
If you haven't done so yet, you should master PowerShell scripting -- it's an essential skill Exchange admins of every level need to have. Continue Reading
New to Exchange 2013 RBAC management? You can use PowerShell cmdlets to verify role assignments and group memberships. Here's how. Continue Reading