Exchange Related Attributes:
-killmail Remove Exchange Attributes. -includeinrecipientpolicy Check "Automatically Update E-mail Addresses Based on Recipient Policy" Check box. -excludefromrecipientpolicy Uncheck "Automatically Update E-mail Addresses Based on Recipient Policy" Check box. -hidefromaddresslists Hide the user from all Address Lists. -showinaddresslists Show the user in address lists. -includeinmailboxmanager Include the user in mailbox manager policies. -excludefrommailboxmanager Exclude the user from mailbox manager policies. -enablehttp Enable HTTP for the user. -disablehttp Disable HTTP for the user. -enablepop3 Enable POP3 for the user. -disablepop3 Disable POP3 for the user. -enableimap4 Enable IMAP4 for the user. -disableimap4 Disable IMAP4 for the user. -enablemapi Enable MAPI access for the user. -disablemapi Disable MAPI access for the user. -enablecachedmapi Enable MAPI access for users in cached mode only. -addsmtp address [-setasprimary] [-updatemail] Add an SMTP address to the user. email Address in the form: email@example.com -setasprimary sets the address as primary email (default is secondary). -updatemail saves the email address on the ADUC General tab. -removeaddress address Remove any address that matches the specified filter. Wild cards are allowed: smtp:*@example.com smtp:*@exa??.com Normal * and ? wildcard matching rules apply. This can be used to remove any match found in the users Proxy Addresses list, not just SMTP addresses. Matches are case-insensitive.
The three MAPI settings above require that the users mailbox is homed on an Exchange 2003 SP2 or later server.
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