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Hello
I'd like to update a lot of mailboxes to set a password.
I v got a CSV with 2 columns "name" and "password"

How to update all the listes mailboxes with the powershell ?

Thanks a lot

Laurent
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To check if I understand correctly: you want to set a password to an user account which has also attached to it a mailbox ? Because to a mailbox you can't set a password AFAIK.

This is not related to Exchange. You can do that with Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell
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Hello
Ok , Thanks
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