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Delete Mailbox account and create contact Powershell

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I'm running MS exchange 2007.
I'm looking for a powershell script to delete bulk mailbox and create new contact.
however the new contact should include all the mailbox information (e.g. X500, smtp address, and user information such as phone number/title/etc)
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by:Arjun Vyavahare
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Hi,

To delete bulk mailboxes from Exchange 2007, refer:-

http://randomtechminutia.wordpress.com/2012/05/03/powershell-script-to-delete-exchange-mailboxes-in-mass/

To create bulk mailboxes in exchange 2007, refer:
http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchangept/archive/2007/10/04/bulk-creation-of-exchange-2007-mailboxes.aspx

I hope this will help you.

Regards,
Arjun
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by:gavintham
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Hi Arjun,

Thanks for you post.

I want to replace the user mailbox with new contact.

i want to retrieve all existing user mailbox detail out then perform delete.
after deleted then will create new contact of these users with the complete information.(e.g. X500, smtp address, and user information such as phone number/title/etc)

the article that you post only single solution. hope to hear you for more help.

Thanks
Gavin
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by:Arjun Vyavahare
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Hi,

Try to run below command and see if you can get any clue:

get-mailbox -server Server_name -resultsize unlimited | get-user | select DisplayName, Title, Manager, Department | export-csv "c:\temp\info.csv"

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Arjun
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by:gavintham
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hi Arjun,

if i want to export the complete information. (LegacyDN - x500, SMTP Address, DisplayName, Title, Manager, Department)

after that i need to to add all these information into new contact.

how to combine all these thing into a script?

Thanks
Gavin
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hi Arjun,

thank you for your advise. sorry to say that your solution is not completed.
anywhere i found it from other article and my program similar as below

foreach($Acc in $users)  
{
$userMailbox = get-mailbox $Acc -ResultSize Unlimited
$UserRecipient = get-recipient $Acc -ResultSize Unlimited
$UserAD = get-user $Acc -ResultSize Unlimited

$UserCompany = $userRecipient.company
If($UserCompany -eq $null){$UserCompany = ""}

$strOutput = $userRecipient.FirstName + "," +  $userRecipient.LastName + "," +  $userRecipient.displayname + "," + $userRecipient.name + "," + $userRecipient.Initials + "," + $userRecipient.alias  + "," + $userRecipient.PrimarySMTPAddress + "," +  $userreceipient.manager + "," +  $userRecipient.City + "," +  $userRecipient.PostalCode + "," +  $userRecipient.CustomAttribute1 + "," +  $userRecipient.CountryOrRegion + "," +  $userRecipient.Office + "," + $userRecipient.phone + "," + $userRecipient.StateOrProvince + "," + $userRecipient.ExternalEmailAddress + "," + $userRecipient.OrganizationUnit + "," + $UserMailbox.ForwardingAddress + "," + $UserMailbox.AcceptMessagesOnlyFrom + "," + $UserMailbox.AcceptMessagesOnlyFromDLMembers + "," +  $UserMailbox.LegacyExchangeDN + "," + $userRecipient.title + "," +  $userRecipient.department + "," + $UserAD.Fax + "," + $UserAD.HomePhone + "," + $UserAD.MobilePhone + "," + $UserAD.OtherFax + "," + $UserAD.OtherHomePhone + "," + $UserAD.OtherTelephone + "," + $UserAD.TelephoneAssistant + "," + ($UserCompany).toString()
}
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full script
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