Pop Quiz

Exchange 2010 Pop Quiz: Creating New User and Mailbox

Applies to the "Configuring Exchange Recipients and Public Folders" objective of Exam 70-662.

Q: Choose the correct Exchange PowerShell command to create a new user and mailbox.

  1. New-Mailbox -Name 'Test User' -Alias 'testuser' -UPN '[email protected]' -SamName 'testuser' -FirstName 'Test' -Initials '' -LastName 'User' -Password 'System.Security.SecureString' -ResetPasswordOnNextLogon $false
  2. New-Mailbox -Name 'Test User' -Alias 'testuser' -UserPrincipalName '[email protected]' -SamAccountName 'testuser' -FirstName -Initials '' -LastName 'User' -Password 'System.Security.SecureString' -ResetPasswordOnNextLogon $false
  3. New-Mailbox -Alias 'testuser' -UserPrincipalName '[email protected]' -SamAccountName 'testuser' -FirstName 'Test' -Initials '' -LastName 'User' -Password 'System.Security.SecureString' -ResetPasswordOnNextLogon $false
  4. New-Mailbox -Name 'Test User' -Alias 'testuser' -UserPrincipalName '[email protected]' -SamAccountName 'testuser' -FirstName 'Test' -Initials '' -LastName 'User' -Password 'System.Security.SecureString' -ResetPasswordOnNextLogon $false

Answer and explanation is below.

Answer is D: The New-Mailbox –Name 'Test User' –Alias 'testuser' –UserPricipalName '[email protected]' –SamAccountName 'testuser' is the correct command to create a new user and mailbox.

When creating a new user and mailbox the PowerShell command syntax must include the –name, -alias, –UserPrincipalName, and SamAccountName.

Quick Tip: Learn more about Exchange Exchange PowerShell commands here.


Bonus Question: Which database maintenance task is required prior to using Windows Server Backup? (Tweet your answer with #pop662c and get a chance to win a Redmond t-shirt! Deadline for entries is Monday, February 27.)

Answer to last week's bonus question: The Exchange 2010 archive mailbox feature allows users to have long-term mailbox data kept automatically in a separate mailbox.

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