With Black Friday and Christmas fast approaching, I’m getting a lot of requests for people to help with computer upgrades or even whole new PCs. Normally the first question you need answered is what do they have already, but this… Read More ›
After a few comments about the logs, I’ve re-written the logging code in addition to fixing some bugs and cleaning up the function names.
Here’s another quick update of the script with 2 small fixes and a new piece of functionality (the ability to sync to multiple target folders from the same source).
A bit of a niche function this one. When you perform a mailbox export in Exchange using the New-MailboxExportRequest cmdlet you can specify the ContentFilter parameter. This allows you to pass an OPATH filter to only export SOME of the… Read More ›
Mailboxes can me marked as invalid in Exchange; this usually doesn’t affect the day-to-day function of the mailbox (usually) but it will prevent any changes happening to the object (using the standard Exchange tools). However, whatever is causing those mailboxes… Read More ›
Adding a -PassThru option and fixed a very odd bug.
Hi. In this part I add some text logging to the script. Not much else I can say really 🙂
A series of tutorials, or How To Get Started With PowerShell: “It’s Awesome” edition. The title was originally built around “Teach A Man A Cmdlet and he PowerShells for a day; Teach a Man to Use Get-Command and he PowerShell’s… Read More ›
PowerShell: Export All Exchange Mailbox Folder Permissions In A Format For Further Processing: Part 2
This is an update to my function to extract Mailbox folder permissions as PowerShell objects, allowing various forms of processing. The main script is here. In this update I’ve made the function skip some default folders it can’t process, treat… Read More ›