Category: Microsoft Exchange Management Shell

Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 – View and Configure the Whitelist

You may use the Microsoft Exchange Management Shell cmdlets below to view and configure the whitelist for Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 for an entire domain or an individual email address. The whitelist contains a list of trusted domains and/or email addresses as part of the Anti-Spam feature. The domains and/or email addresses configured using these…


Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 – Mailbox Server Role Post Installation

After installing any application it is good practice to perform post installation tasks and Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 is no exception. Below you will find a step-by-step guide for the Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Mailbox Server role post installation tasks. Review the C:\ExchangeSetupLogs\ExchangeSetup.log file for errors or warnings. Right click the Exchange Management Shell and select Run…


Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 – Mailbox Enabled User Command Line Configuration

You may use the following Microsoft Exchange Management Shell (EMS) cmdlet to configure a Mailbox-Enabled User in Microsoft Exchange Server 2016. Enable-Mailbox -Identity User


Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 – Product Key Command Line Configuration

You may use the following Microsoft Exchange Management Shell (EMS) cmdlet to enter the product key for Microsoft Exchange Server 2016. Set-ExchangeServer –identity ‘<server>’ -ProductKey <product key>


Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 – Send Connector Command Line Configuration

The Send Connector in Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 is am object that contains the configuration information for sending email from the Exchange organization. You may use the following commands in the Microsoft Exchange Management Shell (EMS) to configure a send connector for all outbound traffic. New-SendConnector -name “Default Internet” -AddressSpaces “*” -DNSRoutingEnabled $true -SourceTransportServers “Server”…


Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 – Email Address Policy Command Line Configuration

You may use the following commands in the Microsoft Exchange Management Shell (EMS) to create and configure an email address policy in Microsoft Exchange Server 2016. New-EmailAddressPolicy -Name PolicyName -EnabledPrimarySMTPAddressTemplate “SMTP:%g.%s@domain.com” -IncludedRecipients AllRecipients -Priority 1 | Update-EmailAddressPolicy


Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 – SMTP Domain Command Line Configuration

By default Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 configures a default accepted domain and email address policy using the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the Microsoft Active Directory (AD) domain into which it is installed. If necessary, you may use the following commands in the Microsoft Exchange Management Shell (EMS) to create an SMTP domain for Microsoft…


Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 – Offline Address Book Command Line Configuration

You may use the following command in Microsoft Exchange Management Shell (EMS) to associate the default Offline Address Book (OAB) with the mailbox database(s). Get-MailboxDatabase | Set-MailboxDatabase -OfflineAddressBook “\Default Offline Address Book”