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Remove cancelled Outlook meetings using PowerShell and EWS.

Recently there was a business demand for removal of meetings that were canceled in our resource mailboxes. Thought it was some sort of  a bug but then saw that problem was “AutomateProcessing” attribute on these was set to “AutoUpdate” not “AutoAccept” (This can be checked using Get-CalendarProcessing cmdlet). 475 more words

Powershell

Exchange 2010 Create and Apply Retention Policy

Today in this blog post, we will create Retention policy for Voice Mails in Exchange environment. As per our organization standards we don’t want to retain the Voice Emails beyond  30 days, therefore we will create a policy & will apply it to Unified Messaging mailboxes. 347 more words

Scripting

Getting Started With Exchange 2010

As most know Exchange 2010 is the latest version of Microsoft’s email server. I wanted to write a short description of the software and outline its features.Like its predecessor Exchange 2010 requires that you run it on an x64 platform. 2,765 more words

Restricted Distribution Group access Excel Report

Sharing a script that have been recently written by one of my colleague & that has been reviewed & enhanced further by me.

There was a requirement to extract the… 582 more words

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Bulk Enable Unified Messaging Mailboxes

As I am getting my hands on Unified Messaging, I have started loving the feature & want to quickly deploy it for the users but we have a bit different setup, so script needs tweaking.. 393 more words

Scripting

Exchange database move request fails

Recently one of our customers got a very traditional issue with their Exchange servers. Running out of space:(. Luckily it was the logs drive which was running out of space. 406 more words

Cannot Move Logs

Important notice for Office 365 email customers who have configured connectors

If you’re an Exchange Online or Exchange Online Protection (EOP) subscriber and you have configured connectors, this post contains important information that might impact your organization. 736 more words

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