Some problems only reveal themselves at scale. For instance, the get-msoluser commandlet only returns the first 1000 results, a problem that most 999...
Seeking To Hide
April 1, 2017
This week’s tip is short and sweet but I’ve seen the question come up a lot so I feel like it’s worth covering. My favorite PowerShell commands are those that help you accomplish something that you simply cannot do with the UI, my Password Management post has a few good examples of this.
Hiding a Mailbox, Distribution Group, Resource Mailbox, or Shared Mailbox is as easy as checking a box.
But if you go to hide a Mail Contact or Mail User you’ll be sorely disappointed to find there is a gaping hole where your checkbox should be!