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Exchange 2007 SP2: Powershell (ver 1.0) -MultiValued Property Import

Posted on 2014-04-15
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I would really appreciate if someone could assist in formulating an import file for a multivalued property.  Please I have been all around the Internet in seeing what I could garner from technotes, etc and I am not able to find anything good - no links I am linked out :)

Goal: is to add to otherTelephone (multivalued) property for 400 users, only the users 4-digit phone extension.

I have a .csv file ready with the users 4-digit phone extension.  Within the .csv, I have the alias and the 4-digit extenion.

Now, I want to add to the otherTelephone property the 4-digit extension and I cannot come up with a powershell script which can do this.

Can some please assist.

many thanks
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That's a good example which you might find helpful.
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