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Import-Mailbox – Import mailboxes from PST into Exchange 2007 using powershell cmdlets

Import-Mailbox – Import mailboxes from PST into Exchange 2007 using powershell cmdlets

roualin ex-mgmt-shell1 Import-Mailbox – Import mailboxes from PST into Exchange 2007 using powershell cmdletsIn Exchange 2003, one of the simplest ways to move mailboxes from one Exchange organisation to another was using exmerge. It was particularly useful for sites using ‘Small Business Server’ where the level of data and requirements were low.

Managing dedicated Rooms

Managing dedicated Rooms

roualin ex-mgmt-shell1 Managing dedicated RoomsHere are some commands to use to manage Dedicated Room mailboxes.

Dedicated Rooms can also be scheduled by some restricted people.

Deleting mails/meetings in a mailbox

Deleting mails/meetings in a mailbox

roualin ex-mgmt-shell1 Deleting mails/meetings in a mailboxWhen you have an application mailbox that automatically send meeting request to people, so many items could be really heavy.

Here is a little tips to delete all previous meeting automatically (due to a scheduled task) :

Good Permission for Microsoft Exchange 2007

Good Permission for Microsoft Exchange 2007

roualin good_logo_rgb Good Permission for Microsoft Exchange 2007After installing and configuring the Good Server application you will need to run the following Exchange 2007 PowerShell commands to grant the Good service account (goodadmin) access to the Exchange mailboxes.

Granting access

  1. Launch Exchange Management Shell. (Do not use Windows
    Powershell.)
Blackberry permissions for Exchange 2007

Blackberry permissions for Exchange 2007

roualin blackberry_logo_post_image_600px Blackberry permissions for Exchange 2007After installing and configuring the Blackberry Enterprise Server application you will need to run the following Exchange 2007 PowerShell commands to grant the Blackberry service account (besadmin) access to the Exchange mailboxes.

Granting access for a single mailbox

In this example we are giving the besadmin account the access required to handle the email for the [email protected] mailbox-

Migrating to Microsoft Exchange 2010

Migrating to Microsoft Exchange 2010

roualin banniere5 Migrating to Microsoft Exchange 2010Since the launch of Microsoft Exchange 2010, organizations looking to update their infrastructure with more energy and cost-efficient servers are rapidly adopting the messaging platform, making it the dominant selection in the messaging and collaboration marketplace.

Exchange 2007 console tips and tricks

Exchange 2007 console tips and tricks

roualin banniere5 Exchange 2007 console tips and tricksExchange Server 2007 introduced a new GUI management console (Exchange Management Console) to replace the Exchange System Manager (ESM) of previous versions. This earlier blog post The new Exchange 2007 Management Console overview gives an overview of the console. In this blog post I’ll show some tips and tricks of the console.

Exchange Server 2007 Deployment: 10 Tips When Installing

Exchange Server 2007 Deployment: 10 Tips When Installing

(From : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996011(v=exchg.65).aspx)

roualin banniere5 Exchange Server 2007 Deployment: 10 Tips When InstallingTopic Last Modified: 2006-10-20

With Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, deployment is easier than it’s ever been. Take a look at some of the major improvements to Exchange 2007 Setup:

  • The Setup wizard has a new look! It is easy to use and effortlessly guides you through the installation.
Validate an email address

Validate an email address

roualin ex-mgmt-shell1 Validate an email addressValidating an e-mail address could be really usefull. Here is a really good thing to do before sending that address to a creation/modification script :

Function ValidMail ([string]$Mail ) {
$regexp=”^([a-zA-Z0-9_-.]+)@(([[0-9]{1,3}” +
“.[0-9]{1,3}.[0-9]{1,3}.)|(([a-zA-Z0-9-]+” +
“.)+))([a-zA-Z]{2,4}|[0-9]{1,3})(]?)$”

if ($Mail -match $regexp) {
$return=$True
}
Else {
$return=$False
}
Return $return
}

PowerShell Snapins

PowerShell Snapins

roualin powershell_2 PowerShell SnapinsSnapins in Powershell are like toolboxes, including many commands, specific to a tool, a software, etc..

The two most important (most famous) :

Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.Admin

VMware.VimAutomation.Core

Here is the command to add a snapin :

Add-PSSnapin

A really easy way to add all installed snapins :

How to whitelist website on AdBlocker?

How to whitelist website on AdBlocker?

  1. 1 Click on the AdBlock Plus icon on the top right corner of your browser
  2. 2 Click on "Enabled on this site" from the AdBlock Plus option
  3. 3 Refresh the page and start browsing the site