The community script Update-CASMailbox simplifies the process for enabling or disabling protocols for Exchange mailbox access. Active Directory security groups are used to enable or disable a protocol for the group members.
Your Active Directory contains a security group named Exchange_POP_enabled which contains all mailbox users requiring POP3 access to be enabled.
You can use the following command to have POP3 enabled for all members of the given security group.
.\Update-CAS-Mailbox.ps1 -POP -FeatureEnabled $true -GroupName Exchange_POP_enabled
The script does not disable the POP3 for all non-members, as this might not be required as all new mailboxes have POP3 disabled anyway. If there is such a requirement, just let me know.
The following protocols are currently supported:
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The new community script Get-Diskspace helps to fetch disk volume information from a single server or across multiple servers.
Currently the script supports a command line switch to gather disk volume information across all Exchange servers in your environment.
The following screenshot shows the command line output
The following screenshot shows the html email
# Get disk information from computer MYSERVER
.\Get-Diskpace.ps1 -ComputerName MYSERVER
# Get disk information from computer MYSERVER in MB
.\Get-Diskpace.ps1 -ComputerName MYSERVER -Unit MB
# Get disk information from all Exchange servers and send html email
.\Get-Diskpace.ps1 -AllExchangeServer -SendMail -MailFrom email@example.com -MailTo firstname.lastname@example.org -MailServer mail.sedna-inc.com
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