How do I add the Exchange PowerShell module into a standard PowerShell session?

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UPDATE 18/02/17

I’ve had a lot of people write and ask how you accomplish this same task for Exchange 2016.  I have confirmed and tested it myself, it is exactly the same process as for Exchange 2013.  See below.

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Before you can run Exchange Powershell commands from a regular Powershell console, you need to do the following:

  • Install the Exchange Management Tools (if not already installed) from the Exchange installation media
  • Import the Exchange module into your Powershell session

 

The command to import the Exchange modules is different for each version – use the appropriate command below:

Exchange 2007

 

Exchange 2010

 

Exchange 2013 & 2016

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