Display information about E-mail Addresses using PowerShell | Customizing the output using Hash Table and Custom expressions | Office 365 | Part 7#13

Post Views: 4,848 In this article, we review that subject of – how to create a Hash table + Custom expressions as a “tool” that we can use for optimizing and manipulating the PowerShell output in scenarios of – Get information about recipient’s E-mail addresses. We will learn how to create a Hash table +…

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Using Get-MessageTrace PowerShell command for viewing and exporting information on mail sent and received | Exchange Online | Part 2#2

Post Views: 21,812 The current article is the second article in our two-article series. In this article, we review how to use the Get-MessageTrace PowerShell command for viewing and exporting information about incoming and outgoing mail transactions that are stored in the Exchange Online log files. In the former article, we review in details the…

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Using Get-MessageTrace PowerShell command for viewing and exporting information on mail sent and received | Exchange Online | Part 1#2

Post Views: 14,118 In the current two-article series, we review the Exchange Online PowerShell command Get-MessageTrace, that is used to view and export information about incoming and outgoing mail transaction that are saved in the Exchange Online Logfiles. In the first article, we provide a basic introduction to the Get-MessageTrace PowerShell command, and to her…

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Save a copy of sent mail items when using Send As permissions | Shared mailbox | Office 365

Post Views: 14,447 In the current article, we review how to change and manage the default settings of “saving mail items,” in a scenario in which recipient sends E-mail using another recipient “identity” (other recipient E-mail addresses). By default, when recipient A send E-mail on behalf of recipient B, the sent mail items will be…

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Creating a Loop through an array Using the “ForEach” statement and variables | PowerShell environment| Part 2#2

Post Views: 10,610 The current article, is the continuation of the former article, in which we provide a basic introduction to the subject of the way that we write a PowerShell command, the loop through an array using the “ForEach” statement. The Creating a loop through an array Using the “ForEach” PowerShell article series, including…

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