How to search, and then delete a specific e-mail (Exchange 2010, 2013 and 2016)

Introduction To search in Exchange (aka eDiscover), you will need to define at minimum the following: v  The mailboxes you want to search in (can be a couple of mailboxes, or all mailboxes – specify nothing if you use New-MailboxSearch or use Get-Mailbox -ResultSize Unlimited that you pipe in Search-Mailbox) v  At least a search…

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Pure Powershell Post–Sample on How to use Custom PS Object to store information of different cmdlets and populate a collection to store into a CSV file

#STEPS FOR USING PS OBJECT TO STORE OBJECT PROPERTIES FROM DIFFERENT CMDLETS AND EXPORTING TO A CSV # NOTE 1: This sample is an application of the PSObject method presented in this blog post : # https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/samdrey/2017/08/11/powershell-objects-useful-to-export-csv-information-coming-from-different-cmdlets/ # # NOTE 2: You can copy paste that whole post to an ISE or a NOTEPAD and…

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Exchange 2013/2016/O365 Exchange Online – eDiscovery independent Graphical User Interface

Hi all, today I’m giving you a tool that proved its usefulness along the past couple of years for customers of mine. It works on Exchange 2013, Exchange 2016, and on Exchange Online from Office 365 from where it was designed: an Exchange Search (eDiscovery) tool that generates and executes Search-Mailbox (“single mailbox search”) or…

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Exchange 2013 / Exchange 2016–a quick note about Server FQDN aka NLB fqdn

  While planning or deploying Exchange 2013/2016, don’t forget these to have the correct Load Balancing on your Exchange 2013/2016 servers:   Assuming your Exchange 2013/2016 namespace is mail.contoso.com, which points to your Load Balancer’s IP address. Set Outlook Anywhere Internal and External URLs to mail.contoso.com https://practical365.com/exchange-server/exchange-2013-client-access-server-high-availability/   Use the following: Get-OutlookAnywhere | Set-OutlookAnywhere -InternalHostname…

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Powershell Objects–How to export-csv information coming from different cmdlets and with potentially multi-valued attributes

Hi all,   Since I keep forgetting where this great post is located, I’m just putting a bookmark here. This article is discussing about the different ways to populate a PowerShell Custom Object. What can we use PowerShell Custom Object for ? Actually on Exchange for example (including Exchange Online), we sometimes need to have…

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