Enterprise Vault™ PowerShell Cmdlets
- Introducing the Enterprise Vault PowerShell cmdlets
- Archiving: Exchange
- Archiving: FSA
- Archiving: Skype for Business
- Archiving: SMTP
- IMAP access
- Records management
- Retention plans
- Roles-based administration
- Sites and servers
- Tasks and services
- Vault stores and archives
Remove-EVExchangeFolderPolicy removes Enterprise Vault filter settings from folders within a mailbox. The folders affected can be restricted to only include Exchange Managed Folders.
Remove-EVExchangeFolderPolicy is provided by the snap-in
Remove-EVExchangeFolderPolicy -PrimarySMTPAddress <String> [-DomainController <String>] [-DontUseSSL] [-Credential <PSCredential>] [-ManagedFolders] [-MailServer <String>] [-LogFile <String>] [-ExchangeWebServicesURL <String>] [<CommonParameters>]
Table: Remove-EVExchangeFolderPolicy parameters
Specifies the primary SMTP address of the mailbox to be used.
Specifies the domain controller that the LDAP lookup query should be run against.
Specifies that SSL should not be used when connecting to the Exchange Server.
Specifies the PSCredentials that should be used to connect to the Exchange Server. This should be your Enterprise Vault administrator account.
Restricts the delete to only folders that have an Exchange Managed Folder policy set against them.
Overrides the mailbox server value associated with the mailbox and attempts to use the server specified.
Log the output to the file specified instead of to the console.
Specifies the Exchange Web Services URL in Exchange 2010 environments. Use this parameter if Remove-EVExchangeFolderPolicy fails to determine the Exchange Web Services URL automatically.
Remove-EVExchangeFolderPolicy -PrimarySMTPAddress email@example.com -ManagedFolders
Removes any Enterprise Vault filter settings from Exchange Managed Folders located in the mailbox with the SMTP address of firstname.lastname@example.org.