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Add multiple existing users to exchange 2013

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Greetings experts,

I am adding a new Exchange 2013 server to my existing 2008 AD.  I have also added a 2013 AD, but left the level at 2008 for now till I upgrade those servers.

I would like to create users in Exchange using the existing AD users.  I go to the Exch admin center and add users no problem.  I have 300 users and would like to select more than one at a time, is that possible?  When I hit CTL or SHIFT, it will not chose more than one.

so procedure now:  Click + for new users - select browse for existing users.  All AD users pop up, and select one hit OK, Then SAVE.

all users are in the same domain / forest, and are in the same OU.

Thanks for any help,
Kacey
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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It can only be done through some Shell scripting not through EMC console

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by:kaceyjames
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Does anyone know the Script?  Is it a simple command that uses the AD settings?
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Somewhat similar and should help

Need to create multiple users mailboxes in exchange 2007
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/eu/winserverpowershell/thread/3f00599e-fc3e-4916-ac86-e4f88266cdda

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvJSMdnyeIQ

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by:kaceyjames
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looks good, let me try it out.

Thanks Rancy...
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by:kaceyjames
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That did it.  Here is the command:

get-user -organizationalunit 'domain/OU Folder' | Where-object{$_.RecipientType -eq "user"} | Enable-Mailbox -database "DB1"
Thank you
Rancy
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by:kaceyjames
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Hey Rancy,

I'm going to post an archive question, can you look for it?  Thanks
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by:kaceyjames
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Look at my post for the command
Thank you
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Good to see you were able to fix it :) have you posted the Archive Question and what do you really mean by it

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