Category Archives: PowerShell

PowerShell Core and setting a working directory via profile script

PowerShell Core continues to irritate me, almost every time I decide to give it another chance it manages to get on my nerves in some new and ingenious way. Today’s rant is the story of me trying to bring the Profile … Continue reading

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New properties added to Get-MailboxStatistics output

It looks like the good folks at Microsoft have updated the output of the Get-MailboxStatistics cmdlet with few additional properties. Here’s the full list: Since there is no mention in the documentation for any of there, we can make some … Continue reading

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Exchange Online now supports the -like operator for PrimarySMTPAddress filtering, sort of

In today’s useless bit of information, I present you the news that we can now use the -like operator when filtering against the PrimarySmtpAddress attribute in Exchange Online. Filters are certainly one of the most useful features and any Exchange … Continue reading

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MigratedMessages folder for Office 365 Group mailboxes

Here’s something interesting I spotted a while back – all Office 365 Group mailboxes in my tenant seem to have an additional (sub)folder under the RecoverableItems subtree, named “MigratedMessages”. And only Office 365 Group mailboxes, none of the other types … Continue reading

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Permanently disable a mailbox in Office 365

One of the differences between on-premises Exchange and Exchange Online is the way user mailbox objects are provisioned, or de-provisioned. In the on-premises world, this is of course dependent on the underlying AD, but as long as you have the … Continue reading

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