I am trying to use the send-mailmessage cmdlet, but im runninng into a problem where I am getting a "Send-MailMessage : The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation procedure." error. I'm running the cmd like this: send-mailmessage -to <address> -from <address>...
I'm trying to run the test-mailflow cmdlet, within the invoke-command cmdlet. I'm on a Client Access Server and I can issue the test-mapiconnectivity cmdlet against a user. However in order to run the test-mailflow cmdlet, I need to be on the mailbox server that the user is on. I'm referencing...
PowerShell for Exchange
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So I am running a function and one of the commands requires the users to have a mailbox in the forest. I am running test-owaconnectivity, and when I'm running it against individual servers instead of the array, I have to enter my creds in the env to test. That part i got figured out, problem is how...