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Exchange 2010 adding email aliases to a user account

Posted on 2012-03-12
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Hi,

We have a generic account single mailbox for our various spam emails.

I have a list of Email aliases about 200 of them that I need to add them to that user's email address list.

Any suggestions how to add them using Exchange Shell and query my notepad of for the aliases?

Thanks,
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Add-EmailAddress  is not recognized command in my exch2010 server,

please advise,
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Have you tried the command in link at the top of article?
http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/scriptfanatic/archive/2010/11/22/Managing-email-addresses-in-exchange-2010.aspx

Set-Mailbox User1 -EmailAddresses @{'Add'=@('TestUser20@domain.com','TestUser21@domain.com');}
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