How to add proxy address to Active Directory users with PowerShell scripts?
Read on to know how to add proxy address to an Active Directory (AD) user using PowerShell and how you can get it done easily with ADManager Plus.
Steps to add proxy mail address to AD Users using Powershell:
To add proxy mail address to AD Users:
- Navigate to Management > User Management > Bulk User Modification > Modify SMTP address.
- Select the Domain, the User Account(s) for which you wish to add proxy addresses and add the Proxy Address. You can even import this list from a CSV file. Then click Apply.
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Although adding proxy addresses to AD users with native tools like PowerShell looks simple, it comes with a few limitations:
- PowerShell script can be run only from the computers which have the Active Directory Domain Services role installed in them.
- The script has to be rewritten if additional proxy addresses are to be added or if an existing proxy address needs to be replaced.
- The syntax, parameters and iterations need to be correct. A typo or incorrect syntax might be difficult to spot and rectify, especially when the script is a long one.
ADManager Plus lets you perform the same with a few clicks from its web based GUI console. It also has options for adding multiple proxy addresses simultaneously with templates and by importing a CSV file containing the proxy addresses for the users.
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