Here is another quick Exchange PowerShell post on distribution groups, in it we will look at how to check and modify a particular setting.
A client recently got in touch after a suspect email was sent to all staff in a particular distribution group. Usually only staff can send emails to distribution groups because you need to be authenticated, so I had a quick check of the distribution group’s settings to see what was going on.
Continuing with my series on Exchange PowerShell in this post we will look at how to enumerate distribuition lists, their managers and list their members.
From time to time I’m asked to check or update distribution lists for clients. The PowerShell Cmdlets we are going to be looking at today will allow us to generate a CSV file of distribution lists, their managers and a list of members for each list. It can be used as part of a basic audit of an Exchange System.