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Windows PowerShell™ 3.0 Step by Step by Ed Wilson

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Exploring the Exchange 2010 cmdlets

When trying to figure out what you can do with a Windows PowerShell–enabled application, first examine the cmdlets that come with the application. You can take several approaches to this task. The easiest is to use the function Get-ExCommand. When you use the Get-ExCommand function, you will notice a listing of more than 600 functions for managing Exchange Server 2010. These functions allow you to update, uninstall, test, start, stop, suspend, set, add, and remove objects on your Exchange server. The only thing you cannot do using the Exchange Server 2010 cmdlets is create a user or group. You can create a new user in Active Directory at the same time you create the mailbox by using the New-Mailbox cmdlet, ...

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