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PowerShell (preview) output in Exchange Admin Center (EAC)

Just like the EMC (Exchange Management Console) in Exchange 2010. That had the ability to preview the Exchange Management Shell syntax or in other cases to review the used syntax after it was applied.

This ability is a great learning tool but also a valuable tool for documentation.

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Set-MailboxSentItemsConfiguration

Adding Set-MailboxSentItemsConfiguration / Get-MailboxSentItemsConfiguration for Exchange 2013, which is more elegant and manageable than setting (version-dependent) Outlook registry keys.

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Centralized management for Cmdlet Extention Agents

It would be great to have a way to centrally manage the CMDlet Extention Agents instead of per server.

Aditionally preserving them through a CU upgrade would be equally appreciated!

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Exchange 2013 Discovery Target

In Exchange 2013, there are many options available when running a search cmdlet in PowerShell in particular to target those results to a Discovery Mailbox of your choice (i.e. New-MailboxSearch -TargetMailbox), but this option does not exist in the Exchange Admin Center. Allowing these options in the EAC will be helpful for non Exchange Admins, such as Compliance Officers to perform their daily tasks.

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