Meeting Request Exchange Web Services PowerShell

Meeting Request Exchange Web Services PowerShell

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We previously saw how to send an email with Exchange Web Services, now we’ll see how to send a meeting request with EWS and PowerShell.

I’m not aware of another way to create meeting request in PowerShell, so, this is not a pure learning experience now. Continue reading

Send email Exchange Web Services PowerShell

Send email Exchange Web Services PowerShell

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Since PowerShell version 1 there is a way to send mail with it. In v1, this was not strait forward, you needed to create a SMTP object from .net, and then use it to send an email based on an MailMessage object. In v2, you get the Send-MailMessage cmdlet. Those two methods use an SMTP server, there is a third one, with Exchange Web Services. There isn’t a real benefit for using those beside learn how to use EWS for doing greater things. Indeed, you can do a lot more with EWS than just send mail. Continue reading

Get File Type Size and Count

Get File Type Size

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Did you ever wanted to know the number of dll files in C:Windows ? How much megabytes it represent ? Maybe you have a C:Script folder and want to know the number of .ps1 files against the number of .vbs files ? Maybe you want some knowledge about the data stored on your files servers ? Maybe you want to know the different types of photo you own ? Continue reading