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Dear All,

I would like to add all my user's pictures to my exchange 2013 server, is there a way to do that for bulk users?

I don't need to make users one by one

Please help.

thanks
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by:Raheman M. Abdul
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Use this:

Set-UserPhoto "Ann Beebe" -PictureData ([System.IO.File]::ReadAllBytes("C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\AnnBeebe.jpg"))

what is the format of the jpg file names you have and do you have the list of users? what format are they in?
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by:michaelalphi
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You can also give a try to this free tool which would be a perfect solution in order to upload all users picture in bulk  : http://www.lepide.com/ad-bulk-image-editor.html
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by:Rhala
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Dear All,

I need to stored user's photos in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 mailbox, that allows for photo sizes up to 648 pixels by 648 pixels, if i stored it in AD, the maximum size of photo will be 48 pixels by 48 pixels.

I need the High-resolution photos to use it anywhere especially in Lync 2013

@ Raheman Mohammed Abdul: i already have the command which you mentioned, but this for one by one photo, i'm looking to import a bulk photos.

@ michaelalphi and @Simon Butler (Sembee): these tools will import photos in AD.
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