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Powershell rename Displayname of Usermailbox

Posted on 2013-07-01
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hi,

how can i rename the displayname of a usermailbox in one line?

Get-Mailbox -DisplayName U/C, LIS 516.207 ROOM | Set-mailbox -DisplayName UD/G, LIS 516.207 ROOM						

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this code above not working
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This should work:

Get-Mailbox -Filter {DisplayName -like "U/C, LIS 516.207 ROOM"} | Set-mailbox -DisplayName "UD/G, LIS 516.207 ROOM"
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Get-Mailbox | where {$_.DisplayName -eq "U/C, LIS 516.207 ROOM"} | Set-mailbox -DisplayName "UD/G, LIS 516.207 ROOM"

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