Information

Report proxy addresses not in Accepted Domains

Like as the waves make towards the pebbled shore, so do our proxy addresses hasten to multiply.

At least, that’s how it seems.  As is the organizational ebb and flow, business objectives change, new business units are spun up, old projects are turned down, and you may need to add or remove proxy addresses in your Exchange environment to account for that. … [ Continue reading ]

Configuration

Update to Create-LabUsers tool

Update: I’ve added a shortlink for this tool: http://aka.ms/createlabusers.

Because you didn’t ask for it, I went ahead and added to it.

Well, that’s a lie.  I actually had some really great ideas and feedback, so I’ve added a few new features that I wanted to draw attention to:

  • Detect existing Exchange session – If you cancel the script to create mailboxes while it’s running, you previously needed to run a Remove-PSSession to close the open Exchange session. 
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Configuration

Export and Import Calendar Processing Information

During my current project, it became necessary to capture additional calendar processing parameters that are not preserved during a normal hybrid move–such as booking policies.

Some of the challenges that I faced with this tool:

  • Blank or unpopulated attributes
  • Conversion of sAMAccountName values to PrimarySmtpAddress
  • Multiline attributes with special characters
  • Attributes that were set for the wrong recipient type

So, the first thoughts I have when building a tool generally involve four concepts: what data do I need to gather/export, what format is the source data, what format do I need to save it in, and how do restore/import that data back into the target?… [ Continue reading ]

Troubleshooting

Mailbox Delivery Settings

From time to time, I run into environments where things are configured in “non-standard” ways.  Granted, we don’t have a lot of specificity or documentation around some attribute configurations because the default configuration has been tested by the people who created the software and works in almost every conceivable situation. … [ Continue reading ]