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Change ActiveSync Policy Based on AD group

There has been a requirement that we need to change the policy of certain users & need to automate the process based on AD group. 500 more words


Exchange Powershell Tip #13

Exchange Powershell Tip #13
How do I see values of all the parameters from the Exchange Cmdlet? (Powershell Please show me everything out of that cmdlet ) 424 more words


Migration to Modern Public Folders

I discovered this article last night and it is a superb guide with ‘in the field’ notes appended to each step highlighting gotchas or things to be aware of depending on your environment type/size etc. 60 more words

Exchange 2013

Exchange Powershell Tip #12

Exchange Powershell Tip #12
How do I export specific messages from the Transport Queue? 200 more words


Microsoft Exchange engineering and cloud-scale

The Exchange team (or at least Perry Clarke, its fearless leader) has been known to describe Exchange Online as “the gateway drug to the cloud.” But how did that come to pass? 704 more words


How to identify who accessed mailboxes in Exchange 2010


In large organizations mailboxes may be accessed by a number of people besides the owners – including delegates and administrators. Because of this, proper auditing of mailbox access needs to be carried out in order to defend against the misuse of critical information. 503 more words


Use Powershell to preview the list of members of a dynamic distribution group (with Filter)

 Usually you see an example like this:

$DynamicGroup = Get-DynamicDistributionGroup “MyGroup”

Get-Recipient -RecipientPreviewFilter $DynamicGroup.RecipientFilter

But that does not work (returns more users than expected) when you filter your dynamic distribution group members also by an OU as shown in the Picture below… 52 more words