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Bulk Import Contacts to Exchange Online (Office 365) Using PowerShell script | Part 2#2 4.4/5 (5)

Post Views: 6,414 The current article is the second article in our two article series, in which we review the process of Bulk Import contacts to Exchange Online (Office 365) using PowerShell. The two topics that we will review in this article are: Using a “Bulk Import contacts” PowerShell script. Using the PowerShell script will…

Bulk Import Contacts to Exchange Online (Office 365) Using PowerShell | Part 1#2 5/5 (5)

Post Views: 20,685 In Exchange based environment, the term “external contacts” or just “contacts,” describe an Exchange recipient object, which their E-mail address is an external E-mail address (non-organization E-mail address). For example – suppliers, business partners, customers and so on. By default, “external contacts” appear as part of the GAL (global address list) alongside…

Send E-mail to office 365 using PowerShell script and saved encrypted password |Part 2#2 5/5 (3)

Post Views: 12,033 In the following article, we will review how to write and run PowerShell script; that will address the Office 365 mail servers (Exchange Online). Versus the scenario that we have examined in the previous article, we review a situation, in which we address the Office 365 mail server anonymously (without providing user…

Getting started with Office 365 PowerShell | Comparison and Logical operators | Part 3#4 5/5 (2)

Post Views: 4,710 In the current article, we will review how to use PowerShell Comparison and Logical Operators that will help us to filter the PowerShell output result based on specific conditions that we define. The Power of PowerShell | Article Series The Power of PowerShell article series, including the following three articles: The Power…

Getting started with Office 365 PowerShell | Playing with the Get-mailbox on screen display output | Part 2#4 5/5 (2)

Post Views: 4,918 In the current article, we will review how to use the famous PowerShell “Get” command for “fetching” (Get) object/s and, display information about the objects. Additionally, we will learn how we can “shape” or optimize the output that we get from the PowerShell “Get” command for our specific needs. The Power of…