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Get a list of mobile devices in Exchange 2010 using PowerShell

Get a list of mobile devices in Exchange 2010 using PowerShell

roualin ex-mgmt-shell1 Get a list of mobile devices in Exchange 2010 using PowerShell

Hi there! Following my previous blog post about Exchange 2010 and consumerization of mobile devices, I decided to create a little script that might help you find out what mobile devices are actually connecting to your Exchange 2010 environment.

Enable Exchange ActiveSync on a Mailbox with PowerShell

Enable Exchange ActiveSync on a Mailbox with PowerShell

roualin ex-mgmt-shell1 Enable Exchange ActiveSync on a Mailbox with PowerShellExchange 2007 brought some changes to managing mailboxes, most notably, the removal of Exchange tabs from Active Directory. In Exchange 2003, to enable Exchange ActiveSync for a mailbox, you would simply open the ADUC properties for a user, click the Exchange Features tab, click Exchange ActiveSync, and then click Enable.

Exchange Full-Access and Send-As mailbox permissions with Powershell

Exchange Full-Access and Send-As mailbox permissions with Powershell

roualin ex-mgmt-shell1 Exchange Full-Access and Send-As mailbox permissions with PowershellAll tasks in Exchange Server 2007 or Exchange Server 2010 can be done in the Exchange Management Shell. So you are also able to give the Send-As permission and the Full-access permission via the Exchange Management Shell.

roualin trans Exchange Full-Access and Send-As mailbox permissions with Powershell

Send-As permissions

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 vs 2007

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 vs 2007

roualin banniere5 Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 vs 2007Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 brings the latest updates and enhancements in flexible communication tools to your business. Trying to decide whether-or-not to make the upgrade? This buying guide points out the differences between exchange server 2010 vs 2007. With this version comparison guide you’ll be able to see whether the new features in Exchange Server 2010 are just the thing you were looking for or whether you should stick with 2007.

Microsoft Script Explorer for Windows PowerShell

Microsoft Script Explorer for Windows PowerShell

roualin powershell_2 Microsoft Script Explorer for Windows PowerShellMicrosoft Script Explorer for Windows PowerShell (pre-release) helps scripters find Windows PowerShell scripts, snippets, modules, and how-to guidance in online repositories such as the TechNet Script Center Repository, PoshCode, local or network file systems and Bing Search Repository

http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=29101

Add a new Domain into Microsoft Exchange Server 2007

Add a new Domain into Microsoft Exchange Server 2007

roualin banniere5 Add a new Domain into Microsoft Exchange Server 2007Microsoft Exchange Server is the server side of a client-server infrastructure. It provides the database and management tools for enterprise-level email, instant messaging, video conferencing, calendaring, appointment setting and contact management.

It also offers support for mobile email as well as partner companies utilizing company email services. Microsoft Exchange Server can also handle multiple domains; adding new ones requires configuring the settings.

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.)
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.

Powershell – Modules

Powershell – Modules

roualin powershell_2 Powershell - ModulesModules are a set of commands that can be added to Powershell as well as Snapins.

For a list of available modules, use the command :

PS C:> get-module -ListAvailable

ModuleType Name ExportedCommands
———- —- —————-
Manifest ActiveDirectory {}
Manifest ADRMS {}
Manifest AppLocker {}
Manifest BestPractices {}
Manifest BitsTransfer {}
Manifest GroupPolicy {}
Manifest PSDiagnostics {}
Manifest ServerManager {}
Manifest TroubleshootingPack {}
Manifest WebAdministration {}

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.

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