The ExPS (ExchangePowerShell) Powershell module is a collection of commandlets that can be used to assist an Exchange Server 2016 administrator to perform common tasks.
Minimum PowerShell version
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This module has no dependencies.
ExPS was written to support a Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Organization hosted on Microsoft Windows Server 2016.
Other scenarios may be supported but are untested.
* Bug fix with Get-ExPSMailboxPermission cmdlet. Resolved an issue where multiple mailboxes would be returned from a single query.
* Small changes and added switches to Get-ExPSMailboxPermissions cmdlet.
* Added Get-ExPSMailboxPermission cmdlet. This will get full access, send as, send on behalf, inbox folder and calendar folder permissions in a single command to provide an overview of who has permissions on a mailbox.
* Bug fix with date time issue.
* Removed requirement to specify a redirection server with Enable-ExPSMaintenanceMode.
* Removed restriction to Exchange 2016 only. Module will allow you to run against any version of Exchange but will show a warning.
* Added better error handling to cmdlets.
* Added cmdlet Read-ExPSIMAPLogs.
* Added cmdlet Read-ExPSPOPLogs.
* Improvements to date time support.
* Added services retry capability to maintenance mode cmdlets.
# 0.0.0 Initial
* Initial release.