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I want to disable exchange mail account via script. This script will run in custom command.

I write a script like this.

"Disable-Mailbox -identity %mailNickname% -confirm:$false"

But i get an error message "The term disable-mailbox is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet ....."

I think that I must import a module that it is recognize this command.

Any one suggest something

Thanks in advanced.

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Hello Erkan,

Starting from Adaxes 2013.1, you can access Exchange functions with Adaxes ADSI API. To disable the Exchange mailbox of the user, on which the Custom Command is executed, you can use the following script:

$Context.TargetObject.DeleteMailbox()

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