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Remove an Arbitration Mailbox in Exchange 2013 (PowerShell)



Article Summary: This article contains information about removing an Arbitration Mailbox in Exchange 2013 (PowerShell)


Step 1

$AM = Get-Mailbox "<arbitration mailbox>" -Arbitration
$AMDN = $AM.DistinguishedName
Get-Recipient -RecipientPreviewFilter {ArbitrationMailbox -eq $AMDN}


Step 2

If you choose to specify a different arbitration mailbox for the recipients, run the following command:

Set-<RecipientType> <Identity> -ArbitrationMailbox <different arbitration mailbox>

If you choose to disable moderation for the recipients, run the following command:

Set-<RecipientType> <Identity> -ModerationEanbled $false


The procedure was successful if you can delete the arbitration mailbox without receiving the error that it's being used.




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Article ID: SLN290807

Last Date Modified: 10/23/2014 12:47 PM


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