EXchange 2007 Install and Configure Notes

October 17, 2007

Let’s Provision Exchange 2007 in 15 minutes or 4-Steps

Filed under: EXchange, MgmtShell — Preetam @ 5:35 am

 Before I begin, let me tell you that this is done for provisioning Exchange 2007 server for test labs. But idea can be easily extended and customized by Production provisioning in same time…Maximum 15 minutes. I’m won’t be surprise if someone can do all these things in one step. But then I’m happy with 15 mins.

Step first

1. Create OU

You can review and download code from here

Screen shot is below

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2. Create Users

you can review and download code from here

BulkUser-SampleCSVFile

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3. Create Storage group. Then create database and mount it. All in one step

you can review and download code from here

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4. Enable Mailbox for choice of yours Mailbox database

you can review and download code from here

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For creating of active directory you would like to refer my http://techstarts.wordpress.com/category/active-directory/

I was inspired to do write the blog by Evan from Microsoft http://blogs.technet.com/evand/. Many Thanks to him.

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1 Comment »

  1. I love the powershell command base and how east it is to import users but I cannot find any syntax out there to be able to take the CSV file like.
    FirstName,LastName,Password

    Kenneth,Lindsay,P@ssw0rd

    and make the user with 1st initional+Lastname also with mailbox same.

    Comment by CyberxPA — August 8, 2008 @ 3:21 pm


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