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EMS to delete email from all user''s mailbox

Posted on 2013-05-30
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Hi All,

I'm a newbie to Exchange Management Shell and I am trying to figure
out how to find and delete an email from all mailboxes that received it.
So, I thought I could search for the email by subject but I must be
typing something incorrectly.  Can anyone help me with the powershell
code necessary to do this. The subject is  "conference room"

Thank you
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