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CMDLETS error on SBS 2011 Exchange Shell

I have a user with an issue with there Outlook. When email appears in the inbox it sits there for maybe 5 mins or a few seconds and is then moved to there deleted items.

I have found that maybe the issue is to do with a an Automateprocessing flag HOWEVER when I open the Exhange Powershell and run get-mailboxcalendarsettings username | fl I get an error "The term 'get-mailboxcalendarsettings' is not recongnised etc etc.

The weird thing with this is that I had got it to show once already and established that it was set correctly and decided that to rule anything odd out I would run
Set-calendarprocessing user -AutomateProcessing: Autoupdate

regardless and see if it made a difference. It was at this point I got the error with Set-Calendarprocessing so I closed the powershell and reopened to see if it would clear and now neither work.

Help!

Alose if you have any help with the Outlook issue other than the above

This is a SBS 2011 Standard "Swing" Migration from SBS 2003

Thanks
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Richeyyy
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donnkCommented:
any outlook rules ?
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Is the SBS server fully up to date? Exchange 2010 should be on SP3 (14.3 in EMC).

Simon.
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RicheyyyAuthor Commented:
no no rules or stagnant ones either iI have check that on both the pc and within management shell

Yes all up to date. I just can't understand how it managed to run the command once and not again or at all for the other one
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
I don't think you are running the correct command. From memory the command you are running is for Exchange 2007, on 2010 and 2013 it is

Get-MailboxCalendarConfiguration

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd335165(v=exchg.141).aspx

Simon.
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