Add multiple inbox folders via powershell?

Posted on 2013-09-18
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Last Modified: 2013-09-30
On Exchange 2010, we are going to have some mailboxes that will need to have 75-100 subfolders created in the Inbox. Is it possible to add these in using powershell and an already created list?
Question by:HELFIT
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Is this on a per user lever or the domain defualt?

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Per user. I'll have 4 users mailboxes, each with their own list of folders to be added.
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You may use EWS and PowerShell to create the folders.. Refer the following article for sample script..


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