In this third and final part of three, I will complete the development of a sample PowerShell script that allows for Exchange 2010 admins to configure daily Mailbox Auditing on any number of user mailboxes, and use the reports to form an easily accessible audit trail.
In this the second part of three the author will continue to develop a sample PowerShell script that allows for Exchange 2010 admins to configure daily Mailbox Auditing.
In the first part of a three part series, the author develops a sample PowerShell script that allows Exchange administrators to configure daily Mailbox Auditing. The XML based audit reports are then converted into HTML which can be easily used for audit trails.
The default syntax for get-mailbox does not show the hidden arbitration mailboxes – this quick one liner displays them for you.
Quick script to get the mount status of an Exchange database, and mark any unmounted Databases in red.
If you need to set an Offline Address Book for all databases within your environment this tip provides you with a simple Powershell script to accomplish it.
If you need to apply the full access permission for a single user to multiple mailbox users – this is a Powershell one-liner that will allow you to via OU membership.
Very quick script file that can be used to set the Exchange Product key.