Cmdlets

Use PowerShell to Import Appointments

Use PowerShell to Import Appointments

How to use Exchange Management Shell cmdlet to import appointments from a CSV into an Exchange Server mailbox Calendar.

Create a list of inactive Exchange mailboxes

Create a list of inactive Exchange mailboxes

How to create a list of Office 365 Exchange online users and their last log on time.

Resource denied recurring meeting request

Resource denied recurring meeting request

When the resource room booked for one or more of the dates in a new recurring meeting request, the entire recurring meeting is declined. The Exchange administrator can change this behavior.

Use PowerShell to log into Office 365 Exchange

Use PowerShell to log into Office 365 Exchange

How to log into Office365 Exchange or on-premise Exchange server using PowerShell.

Exchange server: Give FullAccess permission, without AutoMapping

How to give a mailbox user Full Access permission to a mailbox and disable automapping, so the mailbox does not show up in the folder list automatically. .

Allow More ActiveSync Devices

Exchange server has a 10 device limit for ActiveSync access to a mailbox. Users are trying to connect the Mail client to Exchange server but receive an error message instead.

Exchange Traffic and Message Size Stats

How to get monthly stats for Exchange Server internal email traffic and message sizes.

Get-MailboxCalendarSettings

An administrator asked: When we add any new meeting request we get this error "Resource has declined your meeting because it is recurring. You must book each meeting separately with this resource." Is the resource mailbox configured to decline recurring meetings? You can check this using Outlook or with the Get-MailboxCalendarSettings cmdlet: Specifically, check the  

Configuring TNEF settings on Exchange Server

Configuring TNEF settings on Exchange Server

How to use remote domains to control whether TNEF (winmail.dat) is used to internet email addresses in Exchange 2007 or Exchange 2010.

Get All Email Addresses used on Exchange Server

Get All Email Addresses used on Exchange Server

If you need all addresses in use on Exchange server, including those assigned to mail-enabled public folders, you can use the get-recipient cmdlet. This cmdlet gets all of the address on the server where the user, contact, or public folder has an address within a specific domain.