Command line tool for doing various Exchange tasks such as mail enabling/disabling users, contacts, groups. Mailbox enabling/disabling users. Moving mailboxes.


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* Requires the installation of Exchange Tools on the machine running the executable.

Current Version

Version 1.4.0 - April 29, 2006

Modification(s) from previous version

Security Requirements

Permissions required for Exchange tasks is sometimes nebulous. See KB316792 for some details. Also pick up Windows Server 2003 Cookbook when it becomes available and check out the chapter on Exchange 2003.


C++. Compiled with Borland Builder 6.0

Source Code Availability



Not a very big story here... I got sick of not having a generic command line tool to do some basic Exchange Tasks so I wrote one. The timing was influenced by the fact that I was working on the Exchange 2003 chapter for the Windows Server 2003 Cookbook and was getting sick of saying there wasn't a command line method to do any of the recipes.

My intent for the V1.3.0 update was to add several things including ability to turn OWA on and off and add/remove SMTP secondary addresses and set the primary SMTP but those turned out to be a little more complicated than I wanted to get into with the framework I have in place. I may do this later, I may not. :o)


You do not have to supply the email address. I would like you to fill that in though so that I have an idea on how popular a tool really is. If I see 1000 downloads with 900 different email addresses I know it is more widespread than one that has 1000 downloads and 200 different email addresses because the same person needed to keep downloading it for some reason.

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