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PowerTip: Remove calendar events from a mailbox

Summary: Remove calendar events within an Exchange Online mailbox.     Is there an easy way to remove calendar events from within an Exchange Online mailbox?         Yes there is. There is a newly deployed cmdlet to Office 365 tenants: Remove-CalendarEvents. This cmdlet is currently only available in Exchange Online, but it does allow ...

Weekend Scripter: Start PowerShell Scripting for Office 365 Sites

Summary: Guest blogger, Michael Blumenthal shows how to findWindows PowerShell cmdlets that are available for Office 365 sites. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today we have a new guest blogger, Michael Blumenthal, who we met in Chicago in May at Microsoft Ignite. Here is a little bit about Michael: Michael Blumenthal is a ...

Use PowerShell to Report on Exchange Online

Summary: Use the Windows PowerShell cmdlets to generate Exchange Online information. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. This morning, I have a meeting with my manager, and this afternoon, I am meeting with a couple of teammates. The meetings will bookend another wonderful day of Windows PowerShell coolness. In honor of the meeting ...

Use PowerShell to Produce Mailbox Activity Report

Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to produce a mailbox activity report for Office 365. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. This morning I am sipping a cup of pomegranate black tea, and nibbling on a fresh blueberry scone. I am using my Windows Surface Pro 2 to check my email, and to make sure the Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog posted ...

Use PowerShell for Office 365 Reporting

Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to query the Office 365 Reporting web service.  Hey, Scripting Guy! There are a lot of reports available via various buttons on the Office 365 Admin page, but only a few seem to have a cmdlet to back them up. Is there a way that I can use Windows PowerShell to automate creation, and maybe even to ...

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