Can Junk Email options for all Exchange users be set with PowerShell command.
Posted on 2015-02-20
Content Filtering is enabled on our Exchange Server. 9 - Delete Message, 8 - Reject Message, 5 - Quarantine Message.
With an SCL of 5 set for "Quarantine", our Exchange Server is catching an extraordinary number of email messages. By examining these quarantined emails, I can tell that many valid emails are also being quarantined. Ultimately, I'd like to have the end user have the option of examining an email and letting me (domain admin) know if he/she believes the email to be from a trusted sender. I could then run blacklist checks, etc. on the IP address of the sending server and decide whether to White List that sender or not.
I'd like to pass along those questionable emails to the end user's Outlook mailbox. Rather than fill up their INBOX, I'd rather send them initially to the JUNK folder.
Is there a way to use the "Set-Mailbox" cmdlet to make this happen for all end users in our domain at once - over 500 domain users?
I'd like to use a command that would redirect every email with an SCL of 5 or more to the end user's JUNK folder.
For the Exchange Server Content Filtering setting, I'm assuming I'd have to reset the Quarantine SCL to 6.