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NiX (26.06.2008, 09:14)
Hi,

when I have to create a new Exchange User, I allways have to set two
Parameters via the ADSI Tool for the specific user:
msExchUseOAB and msExchQueryBaseDN.

But in fututre, I don't want to use ADSI, this to slow, when there are much
users...

At the moment, I know how to set the parameter msExchUseOAB:

Get-User -Filter { userPrincipalName -like "*" } | Set-Mailbox
-OfflineAddressBook "Domain OAB"

But how can I set now msExchQueryBaseDN with the Powershell/Exchange Shell?

How somebody any ideas?

Thanks,
Erich
NiX (26.06.2008, 09:23)
Sorry, hätte hier ja deutsch schreiben können.

"NiX" wrote:
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Frank Carius \(MVP\) (30.06.2008, 00:21)
"NiX" <NiX> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:4745

>> Get-User -Filter { userPrincipalName -like "*" } | Set-Mailbox
>> -OfflineAddressBook "Domain OAB"


>> But how can I set now msExchQueryBaseDN with the Powershell/Exchange
>> Shell?


Na ja nicht mit den Exchange Commandlets. direkt. aber per Powershell und
ADSI schon.

indem du den Output von Get-user nimmst und mit [ADSI]adspath das Objekt
referenzierst und dann dort den Wert wieder einträgst.
oder eines der Quest AD-Powershell Extensions nutzen.
Janderson Mira (11.03.2011, 18:33)
Hi,

It's a long time question, but i'm answering to help others with the same problem.

You can use a program called ADModify.NET

ADModify.NET is a tool primarily utilized by Exchange and Active Directory administrators to facilitate bulk user attribute modifications.



I hope can help,

Janderson Mira
TND Brasil

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