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Create user Mailbox Exchange 2010 using VBScript

Posted on 2010-08-26
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dear all,

how to create user mailbox exchange 2010 using vbscript?
and also VB script/command to managing exchange?

I want using GUI hta (html application) using vbscript to create mailbox user in exchange 2010.

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Question by:davidsat
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by:Gary Dewrell
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Why would you not just call the proper powershell scripts instead of calling vb sctips?

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by:davidsat
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how to parsing powershell script in hta?
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by:davidsat
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Thank for the link, the FIM Hello ScriptBox using "WScript.Shell" to open Hello.ps1 in current directory.

To manage(create,find,delete mailbox, etc) Exchange 2010, I need exchange management shell and interactive GUI contains input text, check box, and button on it.

Any other sample?

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Gary Dewrell earned 50 total points
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Not and HTA expert, we used VB6 to create our GUI but I would think the process would be the same.

You can pass the powershell script arguments on the command line. For example:

ShellCmd = "powershell -noexit CreateMailAccount.ps1 " & txtLoginName.Text

The script wold look simular to this:
$Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionURI http://servername/PowerShell -Authentication Kerberos
Import-PSSession $session
$Username = $args[0]
enable-mailbox -identity $username -alias $username
exit
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