PowerShell command reference – Detailed

Export and display information about Email addresses using PowerShell | Office 365 | Part 6#13 5/5 (3)

Post Views: 17,163 In this article, we review that basic PowerShell command syntax that we use for display information about the E-mail addresses of Exchange Online recipients. In addition, we review the PowerShell command syntax that we use in case we need to export the PowerShell command output the various type files such as –…

Display information about E-mail Addresses using PowerShell | Customizing the output using Hash Table and Custom expressions | Office 365 | Part 7#13 5/5 (2)

Post Views: 10,547 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 +…

Using Get-MessageTrace PowerShell command for viewing and exporting information on mail sent and received | Exchange Online | Part 2#2 4.94/5 (17)

Post Views: 42,084 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…

Using Get-MessageTrace PowerShell command for viewing and exporting information on mail sent and received | Exchange Online | Part 1#2 4.86/5 (7)

Post Views: 25,099 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…

Manage Distribution Group using PowerShell in Office 365 | Delete Distribution Group and members | Convert Distribution Group | Part 5#5 5/5 (5)

Post Views: 19,534 The current article is fifth and the last article in our article series, which is dedicated to the subject of managing Distribution Group in Office 365 and Exchange Online based environment using PowerShell. Manage Distribution Group using PowerShell in Office 365 | Article Series Manage Distribution Group using PowerShell in Office 365…

Manage Distribution Group using PowerShell in Office 365 | view and export information about Distribution Group | Part 4#5 4.71/5 (7)

Post Views: 17,364 The current article is that Fourth article on the five-article series, which is dedicated to the subject of managing Distribution Group in Office 365 and Exchange Online based environment using PowerShell.The article includes two main sections: Management tasks that relate to the need for viewing information about Distribution Group settings, Distribution Group…

Manage Distribution Group using PowerShell in Office 365 | Adding members to existing Distribution Group | Part 3#5 5/5 (6)

Post Views: 36,479 The current article is that third article on the five-article series, which is dedicated to the subject of managing Distribution Group in Office 365 and Exchange Online based environment using PowerShell. The article is dedicated to the subject of adding members to existing Distribution Group by using PowerShell. Manage Distribution Group using…

Manage Distribution Group using PowerShell in Office 365 | Creating and managing Distribution Groups | Part 2#5 5/5 (4)

Post Views: 19,499 The current article is that second article on the five-article series, which is dedicated to the subject of managing Distribution Group in Office 365 and Exchange Online based environment using PowerShell.The article includes two main sections: Creating New Distribution Group. Configure the setting of existing Distribution Group. Manage Distribution Group using PowerShell…

Use PowerShell for view Office 365 objects | Part 2#3 5/5 (1)

Post Views: 11,504 In the current article, we review the various examples of the way that we use PowerShell, for creating a “Filtered search” in an Office 365 based environment. Use PowerShell for view Office 365 and Exchange Online objects | Article Table of content Using the PowerShell “Where statement” for creating filtered search |…

Using the PowerShell “Where statement” for creating filtered search | Office 365 and Exchange Online objects | Part 1#3 4/5 (4)

Post Views: 23,352 The current article series, include three articles that are dedicated to the subject of – using PowerShell for “view” information about Office 365 (Azure Active Directory), and Exchange Online objects. The first article includes a basic introduction to the PowerShell “Where statement,” that we use as a “filter” for getting information about…

Manage Send As Permissions using PowerShell – Office 365 5/5 (6)

Post Views: 65,151 The current article dedicated to the subject of performing a management task that relates to the Send As permission using PowerShell. The Send As permission enables recipient X to send an E-mail message using the identity of a recipient Y. Technically speaking, this method can describe as “impersonation.” In Office 365 based…