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exchange 2010 and outlook 2010.
In the outlook client under the Task there is a CRM object that connects the user's outlook to a database. Is there a way to run a exchange shell script or cmdlet to remove this from specific mailboxes. Currently we have
to access the mailbox via MFCMapi and drill down to the Task folder and delete the item and then reprofile outlook. Reprofiling outlook alone will not work. Is there a script or cmdlets that can be run on mailboxes to automatically delete this.
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Unfortunately, the simple answer is no. Unless there is a specific powershell snappin or module this cannot be done. Exchange does not have the modules built-in to remove foreign objects that are not native to Outlook/Exchange.

You might be able to do something with VBscript.

Will.
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