The Exchange Management Shell Banner

When we introduced the Exchange Management Shell with Exchange 2007, we included a banner every time the shell opens. This is what the banner looks like: The top part of the banner includes common commands that should make your life easier if you’re brand new to the shell. Commands to discover cmdlets, find help, read…

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Multivalued Properties in Exchange 2010

This blog article is based on a wiki page that I created for our Exchange 2010 SP2 Technology Adoption Program (TAP) private wiki site. This new syntax will make it into the Modifying Multivalued Properties topic when SP2 ships. Since the syntax also works with SP1 (the update just happens to be timed with SP2),…

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Windows PowerShell v2.0 CTP3 and Windows Remote Management 2.0 CTP3

The Windows PowerShell and Windows Remote Management (WinRM) teams recently released updates to their products. Windows PowerShell v2.0 has many new features and improvements over v1.0. The most notable is the integrated scripting environment (ISE). The ISE is a new graphical PowerShell host that, in my opinion, makes Windows PowerShell much more usable for scripting…

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Exchange Server 2007 Cmdlet Examples

If you’re new to Windows PowerShell and Exchange Server 2007, take a look at this link: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/scripts/message/exch2007/default.mspx?mfr=true. The link goes to the Exchange Server 2007 Script Repository which contains a few dozen cmdlet and script examples for common administrative tasks. It’s a really useful resource if you’re just getting started. Take a look and if…

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Exchange Management Shell Tips and Quick Reference

I’m sitting here watching downhill skiing (a Canadian finished third! woo!), recovering from Christmas and a nasty cold. Colds aren’t fun. But getting one at Christmas is just wrong. So I’m planted in an easy chair, staring at the TV. Bored. I’ve even clicked through pretty much all the various greetings that pop up when…

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