Move Mailbox from a CSV Import file

A while back, I had promised to write another post detailing how to use Import-CSV and then run Move-Mailbox against the users in that CSV file.  Well, quite a bit of time has passed since then, and getting this figured out proved a little more difficult than I thought it would be.  I finally got…

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Exchange 2007 Advanced Move Mailbox Powershell commands

By now, you should be familiar with the day to day Powershell commands, so here is one that uses the foreach command.  Foreach is used to loop through a given set of items (an array), and perform an action on each one. As an example, let’s say that you want to perform a Cross-Org mailbox…

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Exchange 2007 Cluster Setup – Did it complete?

As you no doubt know by now, Exchange 2007 introduces different types of clustering.  It still retains the traditional Single Copy cluster where all data is stored in a central location (i.e. SAN).  It also introduces the concept of Cluster Continuous Replication, or CCR, where centralized storage is not required, rather each server contains a…

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Add-ExchangeAdministrator and setting the scope to multiple servers with powershell

So you want to add a new Exchange administrator and set the scope to multiple servers, but the management shell won’t allow you to do this? Here is what happens. Add-ExchangeAdministrator -identity <user> -role ServerAdmin -scope “server1″,”server2” Error: Add-ExchangeAdministrator : cannot convert ‘System.Object[]’ to the type ‘System.String’ required by parameter ‘Scope’. Specified method is not…

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Exchange 2007 and Recipient Type Details

Now that you have been working with Exchange 2007 for a while, you may notice that in the Exchange Management Console, there are a few new things that you see.  One of these is that when you look at objects, you now see a column labeled Recipient Type Details.  This is, in fact, a new…

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