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How to write a powershell to test whether the Exchange server can send and recieve an testing email periodically ?

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Why bother? Use an external service instead.
http://mxalerts.com/

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Tks, But company goal prefers not to use external party for monitoring....
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Any test you do though is invalid if only run internally.
Most email flow problems occur outside of Exchange. By saying you will not use an external service basically means you can be under the illusion that email is flowing correctly, when it isn't.

I have a script, but it is something I only provide to my paying customers, so I cannot share it. Sorry.

I will drop off the question now.

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