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Im wondering if it's posible to use Powershell from a remote computer (without installing Exchange manegment tools on the remote computer) to create or list user mailboxes. And if so, how?

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This might be what you looking for powershellserver.com/… – Dave Jan 21 at 10:08

To be able to run Exchange powershell commands you need to load the Exchange Snap in into powershell, and I do not believe there is a way to get this without installing the management tools.

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If you go with Exchange 2007 SP2, you will have support for PowerShell v2. With PowerShell v2 on the client and server, you should be able to do exactly what is described HERE (even if that link is for Ex2010).

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