I would like to Setup an Out Of Office text reply on a deprovisioned user's mailbox using powershell. I need to have auto reply whenever the user account in active directory is disabled. would you provide me the scripts? We would like to set up auto out of office reply for disabled/deprovisioned...
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Interesting article by Colin Smith about getting a list of users and adding all of these users to a specific Exchange group… http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/dba/powershell-%E2%80%93-add-a-user-to-a-group/
Anyone know if its possible to make your text output in powershell blink? So if you have an error for example it will blink and catch the users attention. Thoughts??
I'm wanting to create a pst from outlook. Example have powershell go to a folder in outlook and create a pst? Any ideas?
Anyone know if you could create a pst using powershell? Is it possible?
What do you mean by timer class? How would I implement this into shell? thanks.
This is what I'm looking for. Ill post again if i have issues. Cheers.
Wonderful! I'm gonna try that. Cheers.