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Question - Exchange 2010 Repository Powershell Scripts

Dear All,

I would like to know some interesting site about it. I know Microsoft Repository scripts but I would like to discover some new site where exchange admins are giving suggestions and providing interesting powershell scripts based in their day a day experience.

Thanks in advance,
David.
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Normally, I would have suggested you to check the worlds best site Google.com - it'll help you with all the sites you want ;)

I would go out and search as per my need and customize the script as per my requirement.

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@Subsun: The link provided isn't precisely for Exchange, it is a much much wider scale cause it includes all the scripts that MS could search for Windows - correct me please.

More over, what is being asked for is sites (non-Microsoft) that keeps on updating on real life scenario.

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@Exchange_Geek, Script Explorer is not only for windows, it allows users to search for scripts on online script repositories (Script Center or PoshCode). Advantage is available scripts returned by searching are organized by category so you can just expand the exchange 2010 category and find the script, you can also search for scripts from community repositories, the tool uses Bing search engine. You can also search by applying filters. Once you find the scripts you need, you can save the scripts for later use. it's really organized.

If offers much more features than i explained here, if interested you can install Script Explorer and find out. :-)
Wouldn't this be better to search online rather than searching on this tool, personally I would be interested to search on blogs / EE site / Exchange Guru blogs etc as and how i want to query, rather than to be restricted to tools OR 1-2 favorite links.

But that is just me.

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Yea, it depends on individuals.. I find this tool very useful as it return only scripts based on the search criteria.