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  • Blog Post: Accessing The Information Store From Powershell

    In the course of troubleshooting Exchange issues, one discovers a lot of instances where scripting against the Information Store is useful. There are a few ways to access the Information Store from scripts, but for this post I will focus exclusively on two methods. First I’ll discuss using Outlook Object...
  • Blog Post: Fixing Public Folder Replication Errors From Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007 or 2010

    In my post Accessing The Information Store From Powershell , I promised I would post a real-world Outlook Object Model example in the future, so here it is. Back in 2008, I posted part 4 of my public folder replication troubleshooting series on the Exchange Team Blog, with part 4 focused on Exchange...
  • Blog Post: Cleaning Viruses In Public Folders Using OOM

    In my previous post , I provided an example script that used EWS to delete items out of public folders. Of course, you can only use EWS if your public folders are on Exchange 2007 or 2010. The example script in this post uses Outlook Object Model instead. This means it has to be run from a machine...