Exchange Online Module (cmdlets)

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sercon_ag
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Exchange Online Module (cmdlets)

Post by sercon_ag »

Hello

how can I import the cmdlets for Exchange Online?

Thanks

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Re: Exchange Online Module (cmdlets)

Post by brittneyr »

If the module is installed, but you don't see it in the Object Browser panel, then it needs to be imported to the cache:
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To update the cache, you must open the Cache Editor:
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If you see the module listed, then try rebuilding. If you do not, import your module.
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To see these changes in PowerShell Studio, either restart the application or reload the cache here:
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