Disable automatic updating of email addresses
Most of the time, we would use another application such as Microsoft Excel for editing a CSV file because editing the data using Excel, is furthermore comfortable.
In the following screenshot, we can see an example of the CSV file that was opened in Excel.
When we need to address information stored in a specific column, we provide the Power Shell command the name of the specific column header.
Technically speaking, the CSV file is just a Text file, and we can use a simple text editor for editing the file content.
Additional information In case that you want to get more detailed information about the subject of – replacing Primary E-mail address, you can read the article – Adding Email addresses using Power Shell | Office 365 | Part 3#13 The current article dedicated to reviewing the Power Shell command syntax that we use for – manage E-mail address in Exchange Online-based environment.
The CSV file includes three columns: Export information from a CSV file The operation of “import information from a CSV file” is based on a preliminary step in which we export the required information to a CSV file.
You can read more information about the process of the Power Shell syntax that we use for exporting information to various types of file formats in the articles – Export and display information about Email addresses using Power Shell | Office 365 | Part 6#13 Regarding the subject of “what is the information that we export to a file,” you can read the article – Display information about E-mail Addresses using Power Shell | Customizing the output using Hash Table and Custom expressions | Office 365 | Part 7#13 In the next example, we need to fulfill the following requirements: The subject of “Managing E-mail addresses” in an Exchange environment, can be translated into various administrative tasks such as – Bulk Adding Alias E-mail address to multiple Exchange Online mailboxes, Bulk Removing Alias E-mail address from multiple Exchange Online mailboxes, backup existing E-mail address, replace primary E-mail address and so on.
In this type of scenario, we need to run the various E-mail address management task from the on-Premises environment.
For example, in case that we have Exchange Hybrid environment and we need to update E-mail address of recipient such as “.” To update the Primary E-mail address of Exchange Online mailbox recipient, which was synchronized from Exchange on-Premises, we will need to run the command from Exchange on-Premises Power Shell console using the following syntax: In the next sections, we review various scenarios in which we use “Bulk mode” for updating existing E-mail address or adding an additional E-mail address.