Going on Holiday with Exchange Unified Messaging

Author by Nathan Lasnoski

I was recently working on a project where I needed to set a universal holiday schedule for all Exchange 2007 SP2 /  Exchange 2010 Unified Messaging AutoAttendants.  After some research I figured out a group of commands to do this.  Here they are:
  1. ' Deploy Holiday Schedule to One AutoAttendant
  2. Set-UMAutoAttendant -Identity "ATL_AutoAttendant" -HolidaySchedule "Christmas,c:downloadChristmas.wav,12/25/2009", "New Years,c:downloadChristmas.wav,1/1/2010"
  3. ' Deploy Holiday Schedule to All AutoAttendants
  4. Get-UMAutoAttendant | Set-UMAutoAttendant -HolidaySchedule "Christmas,c:downloadChristmas.wav,12/25/2009", "New Years,c:downloadChristmas.wav,1/1/2010"
  5. ' Check Configuration of UM AutoAttendant
  6. Get-UMAutoAttendant -Identity "ATL_AutoAttendant" | fl
Happy Holiday-ing!
Author

Nathan Lasnoski

Chief Technology Officer