EMS 2010 commands: Get-DistributionGroup –ID “DistributionGroupName” | Set-DistributionGroup –ForceUpdate To “upgrade” all Distribution Groups within an Organization, the following command will do the trick: Get-DistributionGroup –ResultSize Unlimited | Set-DistributionGroup –ForceUpdate I have heard heard reports of substituting -ForceUpdate for -ForceUpgrade working as well.
Exchange 07 Microsoft’s documentation shows that when you “Disable” a mailbox it will automatically be placed in the “Disconnected Mailbox” area. That is usually not the case and the GUI doesn’t provide much assistance on refreshing it. In Exchange 03 we used to run the the Mailbox cleanup agent to show the mailboxes as disconnected. [...]
Exchange 2007 Outlook 2010 Ran into an issue where externally we could e-mail this user just fine, internally the user would still get the e-mail although users who sent the e-mail would receive the following NDR: “Diagnostic information for administrators: Generating server: <Exchange server name> IMCEAEX-_O=MicrosoftOnline_ou=Exchange+20Administrative+20Group+20+28FYDIBOHF23SPDLT+29_cn=Recipients_cn=<msExchGUID>@<Company Domain>.com #550 5.1.1 RESOLVER.ADR.ExRecipNotFound; not found ##
Possibility to solve the following issues: – Upgraded Exchange/Domain Controller and users constantly getting prompted to enter in credentials – Introduced a BES (BB Enterprise Server) and users not getting e-mail – “Include inheritable permissions from this object’s parent” checkbox constantly gets unchecked. Role of AdminSHHolder:
Unfortunately with Exchange 07, there is no longer a GUI to add/remove user permissions to Public Folders. Luckily though, you can dip your hands into some more Powershell! (EMS version, of course) Adding permissions Add-PublicFolderClientPermission -Identity \<Name_of_folder> -AccessRights <Permission_Assigning> -User <User_Name> To remove any permissions added just replace “Add” with “Remove” at the beginning of [...]
Finally, a simple way to export mailbox information other then the horrible Exmerge! Unfortunately though you do need a completely separate Server 2008 with Outlook and Exchange tools installed.
Managing distribution lists is normally a duty of Exchange and/or Active Directory administrators. The process for adding or removing a member of a distribution list is likely to submit a request and wait until an administrator makes the necessary changes. Using a combination of Active Directory permissions and the built-in tools of Outlook you can [...]