I am a very strong believer that the IT Pro community thrives when everyone shares their knowledge and expertise with each other. In the Phoenix area, the Phoenix Unified Communications User Group have active members that don’t let competitive boundaries get in the way of helping each other out. In the last UG meeting (July 23, 2012), a couple of members shared useful scripts that they created (from scratch or “borrowed” with modifications) and take advantage of for their job. Lorie Brady and Lindsey Lindley were the two main members who shared during the UG Meeting.
Lorie’s PowerShell Scripts (written for Exchange 2007):
DB-State-ExchangeReport.ps1 – Report on DB Usage Statistics for Mailbox Sizes Per DB disablePOP.ps1 – Disable POP access For All Users without Custom Attribute 10 Set to POP DynamicGroupDump.ps1 – Get list of Dynamic Groups and membership ExchangeInstall_MB.ps1 – This script will install Exchange 2007 as Mailbox Role -NO CCR (can be edited to install any role) ExchangeReport.ps1 – Generate Report of Exchange Statistics get-DisconnectedMailboxes.ps1 – Get list of disconnected mailboxes MailboxUsageReport.ps1 – This script uses EWS to report on mailbox usage MoveMailbox-Criteria-PerHost.ps1 – Script to move mailboxes based on size criteria Read file, set additional SMTP address.ps1 – Read file, set additional SMTP address Search.Message>logs.ps1 – Check tracking logs for email sent by a user
Lindsey’s PowerShell Scripts (Written for Exchange 2010):
CheckDiskSpace.ps1 – Notify if C:\ gets below 50GB on any mailbox server in DAG CheckRBACRoles.ps1 – Check to see if anyone is in Discovery Mgmt or Mailbox Import/Export Roles and reports EmailAddressCleanup.ps1 – Email Address Cleanup for Mailbox and Distribution Lists Preinstall_Script.ps1 – Pre-Install Script for Exchange RemoveIISLogs.ps1 – Delete CAS IIS logs older than 30 days
If you have any questions, please feel free to post them as comments on the blog and I will pass them along to Lorie or Lindsey.
should we expect some great webcasts for 2013... :)
Prabhat: Most likely you will, but not sure if I will be doing many of those.