PowerTip: Removing calendar events from a mailbox

Summary: Remove calendar events within an Exchange online mailbox. (Re-post from a Hey Scripting Guy’s blog post.) Q: Is there an effortless way to remove calendar events from within an Exchange online mailbox? A: Yes there is. There is a newly deployed cmdlet Remove-CalendarEvents to O365 tenants: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt784593(v=exchg.160).aspx. This cmdlet is only available in Exchange online currently,…

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Exchange Server 2019 Announced

It’s official, Exchange Server 2019 will be released! This will be an on premises deployment for customers in hybrid or staying completely onsite with their Exchange environment. If you’re interested in helping Microsoft develop the product, there is a process to become a TAP (Technology Adoption Program) member.

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Exchange September 2017 updates

I don’t normally just repeat blog posts from other groups, but I felt this one was important to make sure people are aware of a couple of the highlights. For me, since I also work with Active Directory (AD), as all of us Exchange engineers do at some point, there is a new block during…

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Dynamic Distribution Groups, Distribution Groups, and Exchange hybrid

I recently ran into a customer that uses: Distribution Groups (DG), leverage Dynamic Distribution Groups (DDG), have started their move to Exchange Online (EXO), while nesting several DDG’s inside of DG’s. There are known work arounds that you should implement if you are in an Exchange hybrid configuration working with DDG’s. Since each realm bifurcates…

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Runas Radio

I was interviewed on ‘RunAs Radio’ which was posted on May 24th, 2017 with a 30-minute discussion about the current state of Exchange 2016 on premises. RunAs Radio is a weekly Internet Audio Talk Show for IT Professionals working with Microsoft products. RunAs Radio was launched on April 11, 2007 with a node from its…

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Exchange_AddIn Module

Here is another PowerShell (PS) toolset I have been working on, the ‘Exchange_AddIn’ module. This module is a combination of several other scripts that are either on the internet or action items customers need help with in their day to day tasks. By combining several lines of code into a single verb-noun command let (cmdlet),…

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