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Importing, and Updating Exchange 2010 Contacts from CSV

I’ve had a very specific requirement to add a list of external contacts into an internal Microsoft Exchange environment. The goal of this is to integrate an external company’s list of contacts and some key information into the Global Address List with an identifier on each record showing the company name as part of the display name. Importing and Updating …

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Toronto VMUG Event – Thoughts and review

Two word review: Well done! For those who know, the VMware User Group (VMUG) community is a great resource. For anyone who is keen to get to view great presentations, network with peers and to gain access to targeted vendors and other community members, they will find it to be a great bunch of people with some great ideas and great technology. …

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Using PowerShell Import-Csv – Looping with foreach – Part 2

Welcome to the continuation of our series on using the PowerShell function Import-CSV.  In part 1 of this series we touched on the basics of using the Import-Csv CmdLet by reading a file into an array variable and extracting elements and data from our input data. Looping with PowerSehll Import-CSV foreach To enhance this process of extracting elements and data, …

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PowerShell and the Import-Csv CmdLet – A New PowerShell Series

Managing data inside a CSV file is surprisingly simple thanks to the PowerShell Import-CSV CmdLet. I’m often presented with data from different sources in a variety of formats, and by and large the common format used for data extracts is CSV. Regardless of the system that generates the content, we can all render and consume data using this simple and effective …