Update proxyaddresses attributes Powershell

Hi guys,

I would like to share a great Powershell script that will helps you to cover all users without proxyaddresses on your domain, you can see that I am replacing the GivenName and SurName automatically and updating back the proxyaddresses attribute using Set-ADUser command.

$getsamaccount  = Get-ADUser -Filter * -Properties  Name, proxyaddresses,mail,enabled,surname,givenname,SamAccountName | 
select  Name,proxyaddresses,mail,enabled,surname,givenname,SamAccountName | Where-Object {$_.proxyaddresses.count -eq 0 -and $_.enabled -eq 'True' }  


foreach ($usersm in $getsamaccount) {

$newsmtp = $usersm.givenname + -join "." + -join $usersm.surname

  Set-ADUser $usersm.SamAccountName -Add @{ProxyAddresses="smtp:[email protected]","sip:[email protected]"
}

}

You also can run this command to check who doesn’t have any proxyaddresses:

Get-ADUser -Filter * -Properties  Name, proxyaddresses,mail,enabled,surname,givenname,SamAccountName | 
select  Name,proxyaddresses,mail,enabled,surname,givenname,SamAccountName | Where-Object {$_.proxyaddresses.count -eq 0 -and $_.enabled -eq 'True' }  

If you want to clear any existing ProxyAddess from CSV file:


#Remove ProxyAddresses from CSV:
$users = Get-Content "C:\Users\MeirP\Desktop\user.txt"


foreach ($us in $users)
{

Set-ADUser $us -Clear ProxyAddresses }
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My name is Meir Peleg, (Born 30/04/1991) live in ISRAEL. Live and breath IT world. Microsoft MVP Windows IT & VMware vExpert.