Stamping Archive Policy Tag using EWS Managed API from PowerShell(Exchange 2010)

In a previous post I had explained how to stamp a Retention Policy Tag using EWS Managed API, In this post I will explain the changes you will need to make to stamp an Archive Policy Tag. What’s the difference between these two? Retention Policies consist of delete tags, i.e. retention tags with either Delete…

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Using–Filter, Select-Object, ForEach-Object in C# – Exchange PowerShell Automation

Have you ever tried migrating Exchange PowerShell script to be used from C# code?  I needed to convert the following script to C# Get-Mailbox -filter {ResourceType -ne "Room"}| Select-object Alias,DistinguishedName,Identity | foreach-object {Get-MailboxFolderStatistics $_.Alias} If you run the above script in Exchange 2010 Management Shell you might get the following error message: Pipeline not executed…

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Searching contacts using EWS Managed API 1.1 from PowerShell (Impersonation, SearchFilterCollection, ContainsSubstring)

Here is another example of using EWS Managed API with PowerShell 2.0. In this case the requirement was to be able to find out all contacts that have Hotmail email address in any of the Email Address fields. This provided me to opportunity to demonstrate the use SearchFilterCollection and ContainsSubstring search filter from a PowerShell…

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Stamping Retention Policy Tag using EWS Managed API 1.1 from PowerShell(Exchange 2010)

Exchange Web Services with PowerShell! In the last few days I have written quite a few scripts that use Exchange Web Services Managed API 1.1 with PowerShell, you will agree that it is not as easy as writing Exchange Web Services Managed API 1.1 with C# and it takes a bit of getting used to…

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Creating folder using EWS Managed API 1.1 from PowerShell

A customer of mine wanted to create a folder under Inbox for thousands of mailboxes. He also wanted to use PowerShell to do it. What better way that using Exchange Web Service(Managed API)  with Impersonation to do the job. The list of the users are available in a text file. The First row denotes the…

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Use Windows PowerShell in Exchange Online

A few articles on working with Exchange Online (Office 365 for enterprises, Live@edu) with Windows Powershell. Install and Configure Windows PowerShellhttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/exchangelabshelp/cc952756 Connect Windows PowerShell to the Servicehttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/exchangelabshelp/cc952755 Reference to Available PowerShell Cmdlets in Exchange Onlinehttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/exchangelabshelp/dd575549 Administrator Role Groups in Exchange Onlinehttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/exchangelabshelp/ee441216 Role Based Access Control in Exchange Onlinehttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/exchangelabshelp/dd207274 Role Assignment Policies in Exchange Onlinehttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/exchangelabshelp/ee424427 Enjoy!

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