Exchange 2007 Service Pack 1: New cmdlets

Just run a get-help on an Exchange 2007 RTM vs Service Pack 1.  Here are the new cmdlets

New Cmdlet

Description

Disable-ContinuousReplicationHostName

Use the Disable-ContinuousReplicationHostName cmdlet to disable a Network Name and IP Address resource that was created using the Enable-ContinuousReplicationHostName cmdlet. These resources will be removed from their dedicated cluster group, and the cluster group will be deleted.

Disable-ServiceEmailChannel

The .NET service channel is introduced in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1). This channel enables Exchange 2007 to store information that it will later forward to applications or devices that are not permanently connected to the Exchange server computer. The Disable-ServiceEmailChannel cmdlet disables the .NET service channel for a specific user. This cmdlet deletes the receive folder in the user’s mailbox under the root folder.

Enable-ContinuousReplicationHostName

Use the Enable-ContinuousReplicationHostName cmdlet to create a Network Name and IP Address resource in a dedicated cluster group that can be used for log shipping and seeding in a cluster continuous replication (CCR) environment.

Enable-ServiceEmailChannel

The .NET service channel is introduced in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1). This channel enables Exchange Server 2007 to store information that it will later forward to applications or devices that are notpermanently connected to the Exchange server computer. The Enable-ServiceEmailChannel cmdlet enables the .NET service channel for a specific user. This cmdlet creates a receive folder in the user’s mailbox under the root folder named Service E-mail.

Get-X400AuthoritativeDomain

Use the Get-X400AuthoritativeDomain cmdlet to view the configuration information for the X.400 authoritative domains that are configured in your organization

Import-Mailbox

Use the Import-Mailbox cmdlet to import mailbox data from a .pst file to amailbox.

New-X400AuthoritativeDomain

Use the New-X400AuthoritativeDomain cmdlet to create and specify the X.400 authoritative domain for the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 organization. The X.400 authoritative domain defines the standard fields for the namespace that is appended to the recipient identity for all mailboxes that are assigned an X.400 address.

Remove-X400AuthoritativeDomain

Use the Remove-X400AuthoritativeDomain cmdlet to remove an X.400 authoritative domain. When you remove an X.400 authoritative domain, the X.400 authoritative domain object is deleted from the Active Directory directory service.

Set-X400AuthoritativeDomain

Use the Set-X400AuthoritativeDomain cmdlet to edit an existing X.400 authoritative domain for the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 organization. The X.400 authoritative domain defines the standard fields for the namespace thatis appended to the recipient identity for all mailboxes that are assigned an X.400 address.

Test-ImapConnectivity

Use the Test-ImapConnectivity cmdlet to verify that the IMAP4 service is running as expected. The Test-ImapConnectivity cmdlet can be used to test the   IMAP4 functionality for a specified Client Access server for all mailboxes on Exchange 2007 servers in the same Active Directory site.

Test-PopConnectivity

Use the Test-ImapConnectivity cmdlet to verify that the IMAP4 service is ru nning as expected. The Test-ImapConnectivity cmdlet can be used to test the  IMAP4 functionality for a specified Client Access server for all mailboxes on Exchange 2007 servers in the same Active Directory site.

Test-ReplicationHealth

Use the Test-ReplicationHealth cmdlet to check all aspects of replication, cluster services, and storage group replication and replay status to provid e a complete overview of the replication system.

Update-Recipient

Use the Update-Recipient cmdlet to add Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 attributes to recipient objects that are created by the global address list (GAL) synchronization management agent in Identity Lifecycle Manager (ILM) 2007. The recipient objects you modify using this cmdlet must reside on an Exchange 2007 server.

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