I'm sure that, by now, if you are an Exchange Server Administrator, you already needed some script to automate a specific task in your environment. Exchange supports many scripting languages, but probably the 2 most used are PowerShell and VBScript.
If your programming skills aren't good enough or if you're looking for new scripting ideas, search no more! The TechNet Script Center Repository has lots and lots of Exchange scripts provided by the technical community. Here are a few examples:
- Report Exchange Server 2010 Client Access Licenses (CALs)
- Tracking Exchange 2007 logs
- Get a Big-Mailboxes Report for Exchange Server 2007
- Configure the Mailbox Database Maintenance Period