Working with the new Exchange Cmdlets v2.0 - new scenarios and more!

Co-hosted by MVPs Vasil Michev & Paul Robichaux

After the huge success of our previous Working with new Exchange Online Cmdlets webinar, we have created a sequel introducing new ideas for where you could use the REST-based PowerShell cmdlets with Exchange Online.

This hands-on session with expert real-world advice will demonstrate the best utilization of the new capabilities. Both MVPs have had access to the cmdlets since the private previews and are masters at using them to the best capabilities.

You’ll learn:

  • The competences of the new REST-based cmdlets
  • New scenarios you can use the cmdlets in with Exchange Online
  • Live demonstration with the experts with the old cmdlets and alternative options
  • A thorough evaluation of the new cmdlets, practiced advice on their application, and a deep dive of areas for improvement

This is an on-demand session, sign up to be sent a recording. 

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About your hosts

Vasil Michev, Office Apps & Services and Enterprise Mobility MVP

With a career that has spanned the industry, from Frontline Engineer to Consultant, Michev has a unique, and wide-reaching experience, encompassing all stages of the Office 365 adoption lifecycle. In his spare time, he enjoys getting involved in various Office 365 communities, helping like-minded people, and writing blog posts. His contributions have earned him the Microsoft MVP Award three times.

Paul Robichaux, Chief Technology Officer

Paul Robichaux, an Office Servers and Services MVP since 2002, is currently the chief technology officer at Quadrotech Solutions, where he leads the product development team for Quadrotech's family of Office 365 migration, automation, reporting, and security products.

Paul's unique background includes stints writing Space Shuttle payload software in FORTRAN, developing cryptographic software for the US National Security Agency, helping giant companies deploy Office 365 to their worldwide users, and writing about and presenting on Microsoft’s software and server products.