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Exchange 2007/2010 cmdlets for adding email addresses

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Are there Exchange 2007/2010 cmdlets for adding email addresses to specific users.
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The easiest way would be to use a hashtable.

Set-Mailbox <Alias> -EmailAddresses @{Add='mynewaddress1@domain.com','mynewaddress2@domain.com'} 

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Your hash table can take the format of any of the following:

@{Add='mynewaddress@domain.com'} (for just adding one address)
@{Remove='myoldaddress@domain.com'} (for removing an address - comma-separate the values to remove multiple addresses)

If you want to set an address as the primary address, you need to prefix it with SMTP: in the hash table. However that will only work if the user has Email Address Policy application disabled.

-Matt
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