Shared Mailbox

What is the difference between created a shared mailbox exchange 2010 in powershell and EMC ?
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SreRajCommented:
Hi,

There should not be any differences. In fact EMC uses Powershell in the background and you could see the PowerShell command its running in the background in EMC Wizard.
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Chretien TALOMSystem Engineer MessagingCommented:
There is no difference on the created sharedmailbox. The difference is only on the way you use to do it ( Script and GUI) :)
You can verify it by using the EMC before clicking on OK, click on the powershell icon and you see the command that you would have ran if you were using the powershell interface.
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Rajitha ChimmaniCommented:
In Exchange 2007/2010 you cannot create a shared mailbox using GUI. You should create it using EMS with -Shared switch.
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