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d00d... Control Panel -> Network Preference Panes -> ⚙ -> Set Service Order Drag and rearrange your interfaces. Try with Wi-fi above the USB Ethernet. And then try the opposite. See which works best for you.


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Export a complete Exchange Mailbox Database to PST file: Get-Mailbox -database "Mail\Mailbox Database" | Export-Mailbox -PSTFolderpath \\mail\PST Export an AD OU's Users Mailboxes to PST file: Get-Mailbox -OrganizationalUnit "Sales" | Export-Mailbox -PSTFolderpath \\Mail\PST The Export-Mailbox cmdlet exports all empty folders, special folders, and ...


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Assuming you are working with Exchange mailboxes (it's not terribly clear in your question) Set-Mailbox is your best friend. You're going to need a for-each loop to retrieve the user's attributes and properly set the destination SMTP address. If you have a whole OU of users to apply changes to, use something like: Get-Mailbox -OrganizationalUnit ...


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Figured it out. Even though everything else was disabled in the transport agent, the priority still mattered. I set the recipient filter agent to priority 1 and it works fine. set-transportagent -identity "recipient filter agent" -priority 1 Telneting and trying an invalid address returns unknows user. However one could question how this works if the ...


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BCC is designed for the functionality you are asking. Change your scripts to use BCC instead of TO



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