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Nuevas ordenes Powershell en BPOS, POR FIN !!!!

Nuevas ordenes Powershell en BPOS, POR FIN !!!!

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COmo ya se anunció en la revision trimestral se añaden nuevas ordenes powershell en BPOS

Hay que descargar utilidad nueva de migracion ya sea en 32 bits o en 64 bits. Sin ella, no tendremos acceso a las ordenes.

De las cuatro ordenes contamos con las de "ALternate recipient" personalmente no son las que más uso os las pongo

1. Clear-MSOnlineAlternateRecipient: By using this cmdlet, you can remove all alternate recipient settings for a user’s mailbox in Microsoft Online Services. Clearing these settings will stop incoming messages from being forwarded to a designated alternate e-mail address and will restore delivery to the original recipient’s mailbox.

Get the Clear-MSOnlineAlternateRecipient cmdlt here.

2. Set-MSOnlineAlternateRecipient: Use the Set-MSOnlineAlternateRecipient cmdlet to set an alternate recipient for a user’s mailbox in Microsoft Online Services. The cmdlet supports the following delivery scenarios for incoming e-mail messages:

  • Messages are delivered to the recipient’s mailbox and forwarded to an alternate e-mail address.
  • Messages are forwarded to an alternate e-mail address without delivery to the intended recipient’s mailbox.

Get the Set-MSOnlineAlternateRecipient cmdlt here.

 

La que por fin tenemos es la de habilitar/deshabilitar POP3 a un usuario. Cuantas llamadas a soporte, y tickets no hemos puesto para hacer esto....

Las ordenes son

 

3. Disable-MSOnlinePOPAccess: Use this cmdlet to disable POP3 access for a specific user’s mailbox in Microsoft Online Services.

 

Syntax

Disable-MSOnlinePOPAccess -Identity <String> -Credentials <PSCredentials>

Parameters

Parameter Required Type Description
Identity Required System.String The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) e-mail address or UPN of user’s mailbox you want to modify.
Credentials Required System.Management.Automation.PSCredential  Your company’s administrator credentials.

Example

This example disables POP3 access for a specific user’s mailbox.

Disable-MSOnlinePOPAccess -Identity johns@contoso.com -Credentials $CompanyAdminCredentials

4. Enable-MSOnlinePOPAccess: Use this cmdlet to enable POP3 access for a specific user’s mailbox in Microsoft Online Services.

Use the Enable-MSOnlinePOPAccess cmdlet to enable POP3 access for a specific user’s mailbox in Microsoft Online Services .

Syntax

Enable-MSOnlinePOPAccess -Identity <String> -Credentials <PSCredentials>

Parameters

Parameter Required Type Description
Identity Required System.String The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) e-mail address or UPN of user’s mailbox you want to modify.
Credentials Required System.Management.Automation.PSCredential Your company’s administrator credentials.

Example

This example enables POP access for a specific user’s mailbox.

Enable-MSOnlinePOPAccess -Identity johns@contoso.com -Credentials $CompanyAdminCredentials

 

Espero que me deis feedback de como de rapido es el proceso, a priori pinta bien.

 

 

 

 

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  • Excelente noticia !!! especificamente la de POP3 era la mas esperada....gracias

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