[ExchangeList] MSExchange.org - Monitoring Exchange 2007 / 2010 with Powershell (Part 2)

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Title:  Monitoring Exchange 2007 / 2010 with Powershell (Part 2)
Author: Andy Grogan
Summary:        In this the second part of four we continue to detail how, 
using PowerShell you can construct a basic script that when scheduled via the 
Windows Task Scheduler can monitor your Exchange 2007/2010 servers and notify 
you of when critical issues occur.

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