Browsing: Office 365;Exchange Online;PowerShell

How to Create a Shared Mailbox in Office 365

1

In Office 365 you can create a Shared Mailbox, for several or all people to have access to. In this blog post I will describe how to create a Shared Mailbox using PowerShell. See my previous blog posts about connecting to Office 365 using PowerShell. When the Shared Mailbox has been created, it is important to assign permissions to it. In the following example, we will create a Shared Mailbox for IT Helpdesk. New-Mailbox -Name “IT Helpdesk” -Alias it-helpdesk –Shared…

How to Remote PowerShell into Exchange Online using Prefix

1

In my last blog I wrote about how to connect to Exchange Online using a remote PowerShell session. But if your are running your on-premise Exchange 2010 and connecting to Exchange Online at the same time, it would be nice to be able to distinguish between the commands you run in PowerShell against the on-premise or the online Exchange. This can be done using a prefix setting, when you import your Exchange Online session. See my last blog post for…

How to Remote PowerShell into Exchange Online (Office 365)

13

As described in my previous blog post last week, it is possible to use PowerShell to manage your Office 365. It is also possible to use Remote PowerShell to manage administrative tasks and Exchange settings within your Exchange Online Tenant (Office 365). You don’t need Office 365 MS Online PowerShell module for managing your Exchange Online configuration with PowerShell. The process is very similar to how you would configure an implicit remote session to an on-premise Exchange 2010 server. To connect…

Copyright 2005-2015 - Peter Schmidt.