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8. You now create the mail-enabled users. Enter the following command:
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Import-CSV C:\CreateUsers.csv | ForEach-Object -Process {New-Mailbox -Name $_.Name -UserPrincipalName $_.UPN -OrganizationalUnit $_.OU -Database First Storage Group\Mailbox Database -Password $Temp -TemplateInstance $Template}
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Figure 5-7 shows the new mailbox-enabled users.
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Figure 5-7 Mailbox-enabled users created by bulk command
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Variables starting with $_ are Exchange Management Shell variables that contain a pipeline object. Thus, the variable $_.Name contains a string imported from the CSV f ile and piped to the Name parameter in the New-Mailbox command. For more information about shell variables, search for Shell Variables in Exchange Server 2007 Help or access http:// technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/a601c3d9-534d-4155-9a8e-73ef2c2229f2.aspx.
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Practice 2: Moving Users into a New Database
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In this practice, you create and mount a new mailbox database and use Exchange Management Console to move the mailboxes you have created into it. The practice assumes that the First Glasgow Mailbox Database does not already exist.
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Lesson 1: Moving Mailboxes
1. If necessary, log on by using the Kim_Akers account. 2. Open Exchange Management Shell. 3. Enter the following commands:
New-MailboxDatabase First Glasgow Mailbox Database StorageGroup First Storage Group Mount-Database First Glasgow Mailbox Database
4. Open Exchange Management Console. 5. Expand Recipient Configuration and click Mailbox. 6. Select the mailboxes to move, as shown in Figure 5-8.
Figure 5-8 Selecting mailboxes
In the Actions pane, click Move Mailbox. The Move Mailbox Wizard starts.
8. Specify First Glasgow Mailbox Database, as shown in Figure 5-9. Click Next.
NOTE
New Mailbox Wizard does not display new database
If the New Mailbox Wizard does not display the new database First Glasgow Mailbox Database, expand Server Conf iguration, right-click Mailbox, and click Refresh.
9. On the Move Options page, specify that up to five corrupted messages can be skipped, as shown in Figure 5-10. Click Next.
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Moving Mailboxes and Implementing Bulk Management
Figure 5-9 Specifying the destination mailbox database
Figure 5-10
Specifying move options
10. On the Move Schedule page, specify that the mailboxes should be moved immediately, as shown in Figure 5-11. Click Next.
Lesson 1: Moving Mailboxes
Figure 5-11
Specifying move options
11. On the Move Mailbox page, shown in Figure 5-12, check that all the mailboxes to be moved are listed. Click Move.
Figure 5-12
List of mailboxes to be moved
12. When the multiple move is complete, click Finish to close the wizard.
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Practice 3: Moving All the Mailboxes in a Database
In this practice, you move all the mailboxes in the First Glasgow Mailbox Database database into the Mailbox Database database in the First Storage Group. You need to have completed Practice 2 before you attempt Practice 3. 1. If necessary, log on by using the Kim_Akers account. 2. Open Exchange Management Shell. 3. Enter the following command:
Get-Mailbox Database First Glasgow Mailbox Database | Move-Mailbox TargetDatabase First Storage Group\Mailbox Database
Confirm the action when prompted. When the mailboxes have been moved into the Mailbox Database database, your Exchange Management Shell console should look similar to Figure 5-13.
Figure 5-13
Bulk mailboxes move using Exchange Management Shell
4. To check that the mailboxes have been moved back into the Mailbox Database database, enter the following command:
Get-Mailbox Database First Storage Group\Mailbox Database
Figure 5-14 shows that all the mailboxes you moved in the previous practice have now been moved back to their original location.
NOTE
Specifying the storage group
If you have not created any additional storage groups, you could use the command Get-Mailbox Database Mailbox Database in step 4 of Practice 3. However, any additional storage group that you create will, by default, contain a mailbox database called Mailbox Database. In this case, you need to specify the storage group.
Lesson 1: Moving Mailboxes
Figure 5-14
Listing the mailboxes in the Mailbox Database database
Lesson Summary
You can move mailboxes within a forest by using either Exchange Management Console or Exchange Management Shell. If you want to move mailboxes across forests, you need to use Exchange Management Shell. You can implement bulk moves directly in Exchange Management Console. One technique for implementing bulk moves in Exchange Management Shell is to select mailboxes by using a Get-Mailbox command and then pipe the output of this command into a Move-Mailbox command. You can use the information in CSV files for bulk operations, such as creating multiple mailboxes.
Lesson Review
You can use the following questions to test your knowledge of the information in Lesson 1, Moving Mailboxes. The questions are also available on the companion CD if you prefer to review them in electronic form.
NOTE
Answers
Answers to these questions and explanations of why each answer choice is correct or incorrect are located in the Answers section at the end of the book.
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