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    Exchange Powershell command help

    Hi there,

    can anyone point me in the right direction for x 2 powershell commands that will acheive the following.

    1) Limit the amount of recipients a student can send an email to as 5

    2) Set the address books that students in year 9 can only see the year 9 address list and not everyone else including staff. I am happy for them to send staff email but only if they know the email address by being given it etc.

    Anyone any ideas?

    Thanks

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    For 2) search on here (or google) for "msExchQueryBaseDN", assuming kids use OWA and not Outlook.

    Haven't done 1) myself (I rate limit people across the org and loosen it for people who need to send mass emails)

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    Powershell Command Reference Guide: Download details: Exchange Management Shell Quick Reference

    Have a look at this, might help with your address book segregation: White Paper: Configuring Virtual Organizations and Address List Segregation in Exchange 2007

    Powershell Command for Topic 1: Get-Mailbox -OrganizationUnit "Students" -RecipientTypeDetails UserMailbox | Set-Mailbox -RecipientLimits 5

    I think that is the right powershell command, just off the top of my head.

    James.

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