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hi, is there a Active Directory Users and Computers MMC Snap-In for managing exchange 2007? tnx Eran
I need to set up a calendar accessible by all my teachers but not owned by any of them. In other words, not a "shared" calendar from their mailbox. This will be the main calendar for my school. I have Exchange 2007 with Outlook 2003 clients. What's the best way to accomplish this?
I used the get-mailboxstatistics cmdlet, but it only gives itme number and whther the mailbox is over or under the store limit. How can I get the information available in the older ESMs such as mailbox SIZE, who last logged into that mailbox and when, and the number of sessions oopen on the server...