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