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Disable mailbox with powershell

Posted on 2012-03-21
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I have users in a OU which needs to have disabled their mailbox.
Since there are alot of users i want to create a powershell script to do so.

What i have come up with so far is
Get-User -OrganizationalUnit "xxx.xx/Users/Disable/" | Disable-Mailbox

My question is now.....Is it really that simple? :D
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Thanks it worked really good.

I think i love powershell :D
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I have a notepad with my fav commands. Makes life easy :)
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