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Other times, EMS will complain immediately and nothing in the pipeline is processed. One example that causes an immediate halt is when you incorporate a ForEach cmdlet to process many objects. For example, if I change the preceding code to:
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Get-Mailbox | ForEach {Set-Mailbox Identity $_.Identity CustomAttribute15 'Exchange User'}
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EMS immediately complains that it can t execute concurrent pipelines. I know that this isn t the most efficient code, but it illustrates that you will usually run into trouble if you attempt
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to pipeline more than a few objects into a ForEach that calls another cmdlet. Microsoft has admitted that this is a problem that should be solved in a future version of PowerShell. In the interim there s an easy workaround. All you need to do is force the operations to be processed sequentially rather than have EMS attempt any concurrency. To do this, enclose the first command (that creates the set of pipelined objects) in parentheses. The code that works even with remote PowerShell is shown here (again, not efficient, but good enough to illustrate the point):
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(Get-Mailbox) | ForEach {Set-Mailbox Identity $_.Identity CustomAttribute15 'Exchange User'}
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Everything goes a tad more slowly, but the code will work and we can all get on with our lives.
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3 Now that you ve spent some time learning more about EMS in Exchange 2010, let s take a look at something tangible that you can do with it: add contact pictures to your users in the Global Address List (GAL). The Import-RecipientDataProperty cmdlet is a little gem that s been added to Exchange 2010. You can use this cmdlet to import an audio file or picture for a recipient. If present, these data are made available through the GAL, the reading pane, contact details, and other places in Microsoft Outlook 2010 that support these properties. The audio file is intended to contain the spoken name of a recipient so that you know how to pronounce it, and the picture is obviously to allow you to know what the recipient looks like. To restrict the impact on Active Directory, an audio file is limited to 25 KB and a picture file to 10 KB. Here s an example of how to import a photo for a recipient (mailbox, distribution group, or contact). The syntax is slightly complicated by the need to specify the type of data that is being provided and to stream the data in using the Get-Content cmdlet.
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Import-RecipientDataProperty Identity 'Tony Redmond' Picture FileData ([Byte[]]$(Get-Content Path 'C:\Temp\TR.jpg' Encoding Byte ReadCount 0))
After a successful import, the ThumbnailPhoto attribute of the recipient s Active Directory object is populated with the picture data. You can see this with the ADSIEdit utility (Figure 3-8). Before these data are visible to users, you have to make sure that they are published to global catalog servers. By default, the ThumbnailPhoto attribute is not in the partial attribute set (PAS) that domain controllers replicate to global catalogs. Unless another administrator has included the ThumbnailPhoto attribute in the PAS, you will have to update the Active Directory schema to include it in replication. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki /Active_Directory contains a good discussion of how to extend the PAS.
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Figure 3-8 A populated ThumbnailPhoto property.
CAUTION
Adding new attributes to the PAS is not something that you want to do without careful planning because of the possible impact on the network, because it replicates all of the additional data that you add to Active Directory to every global catalog .
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After replication has taken place, clients should be able to access and display the photos alongside other user data. In addition, before users are able to view thumbnails offline, you need to update the Offline Address Book (OAB) attributes to force Outlook to download the data from Active Directory. Before you rush to do this, be sure to read the discussion in the section Creating and using customized OABs in 12. If necessary, you can subsequently remove picture data from a mailbox with the Set-Mailbox cmdlet. For example:
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