Although PowerGUI introductory demo indeed used Exchange 2007 it mostly had basic mailbox and Exchange management.
However, there are tasks for which Exchange 2007 Management Console at the moment does not provide any user interface and in this demo we concentrated on some of them, namely:
- Mailbox provisioning from CSV files, and using existing mailboxes as a model,
- Managing Public Folders (browse, create, mail-enable and so on),
- Manage certificates, request and generate new x.509 Transport Security certificates.
This all makes PowerGUI really handy when managing Exchange 2007 deployments, and learning PowerShell for automating such tasks.
Are there any other tasks that native UI does not cover at the moment? Leave your comments or participate in PowerGUI Discussion Forums.