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Exchange Management Shell

Find information about how to use the Exchange Management Shell to develop tools for Exchange server administration.

Last modified: February 27, 2014

Applies to: Exchange Online | Exchange Server 2013 | Office 365

The Exchange Management Shell provides a rich set of commands, based on the Windows PowerShell platform, for managing Exchange Online, Exchange Online as part of Office 365, or an on-premises version of Exchange starting with Exchange 2013. You can use the Exchange Management Shell to create two kinds of tools: command-line scripts that work within the Windows PowerShell environment, and tools that use the Exchange Management Shell cmdlets through a managed interface. You can use managed applications to create a standard Windows or web-based UI to administer an Exchange server.

The articles in this section describe Exchange Management Shell features that are important for creating Exchange management tools. For information about planning, configuring, or maintaining Exchange, see the Exchange Server TechCenter.

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