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Create external mail contacts via Powershell

Posted on 2012-08-23
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Hello,

I'm looking for a powershell script to create external mail contacts from a csv file(contacts.csv) in exchange 2007.


The csv file will have the following columns:
 Name | FirstName  | LastName  | Email Address

Environment: W2K8 r2 SERVER & Exchange 2007
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Actually i got a script to work. I had to adjust a few of the attributes. i was using surName and givenName
Import-CSV C:\scripts\contacts.csv | ForEach-Object{
New-MailContact -ExternalEmailAddress $_.Email -Name $_.DisplayName -Firstname $_.Firstname -Lastname $_.Lastname -OrganizationalUnit $_.OUpath
}

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