Take the Exchange Server 2007 Scripting Contest challenge!
Published Jun 29 2006 01:34 PM 890 Views

With Exchange Management Shell available in Exchange Server 2007, you can now do almost every single admin task with an interactive command line (in addition to the traditional GUI) - you can use it to quickly check settings, create reports, check the health of your system or best of all: automate all of your frequent operations. But don't be fooled by that word "automation", things are even simpler than they seem. As it turns out, most common admin tasks can be done via just a single line in the shell. As proof, the Exchange Management Shell team has put up a series of one-liners here:




If you're new to Exchange Management Shell, take a look at these samples:

- Organization Settings

- Outlook Web Access, ActivSync and RPC/HTTP Management

- Recipient Management

- Storage Group, Mailbox Database and Public Folder Management


Once you get the hang of it, try writing one of your own and submit them to the Exchange Server 2007 Scripting Contest to win a trip to the Exchange launch! Details here:





- The Exchange Team

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