At some point, you are bound to find yourself in a situation where you need to remove an e-mail message from one or more mailboxes. This may be due to a message being sent to one of your distribution lists or as a part of some kind of spam or virus-related outbreak. If you have worked with Exchange 2007, you may be familiar with the
Export-Mailbox cmdlet that could previously be used to perform this task. With Exchange 2010 SP1, the cmdlet called
Search-Mailbox was introduced. This has been even more enveloped. The
Search-Mailbox cmdlet can be used to clean up the mailboxes in our environment. In Exchange 2013, this cmdlet includes some new features as well, and in this recipe, we will take a look at how to use ...