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Free Download of Solar Winds Exchange Monitor As an alternative to clicking in the Exchange Management CONSOLE, you could type commands in the Exchange Management SHELL.
Using cmdlets like those below will save you time, more so when you realize that every Exchange 2007 configuration task has a faster command-line equivalent.
Import users from a spreadsheet, complete with their mailbox.
Just provide a list of the users with the fields in the top row, and save as file.
For example: get-help new-Global Address List Note 1: As usual, Power Shell uses a singular noun: Global Address List Note 2: There is another family of cmdlets without the word 'Global', their noun is plain 'Address List'.
However, be careful, don't create too many lists, and furthermore, give thought to meaningful names for your lists.
At the moment we have an issue with the Global Address List.
We have created some distribution groups in Active Directory containing some users but as time goes on the users change.
Fortunately, there is a well respected work-around, create a new Global Address List, and then 'update' the mailbox. Here is a free tool to monitor your Exchange Server.
Download and install the utility, then inspect your mail queues, monitor the Exchange server's memory, confirm there is enough disk space and check the CPU utilization. Solar Winds provides this fully-functioning freebie, as part of their commitment to supporting the network management community.
Then launch this FREE utility, match your Exchange fields with AD's attributes, click and import the users.