• Control Panel PowerShell is the command-line interface through which you can manage the CONTROL PANEL. It allows you to execute commands and scripts on groups of mailboxes and other CONTROL PANEL objects and services on the account
  • How to use
  • Functionality
  • Terms and Abbreviations

How to use

  1. Download the Control Panel PowerShell zip file to the Documents (My Documents) folder and extract it to the following directory:
    Documents/ControlPanel.PowerShell (My Documents/ControlPanel.PowerShell)
  2. Start application.
    Note: Windows PowerShell execution policy should be set to AllSigned or Unrestricted, otherwise the application will fail to load.
    To set the policy open Windows PowerShell and run:
    Set-ExecutionPolicy AllSigned
    For more information on execution policies see this Microsoft article: https://technet.microsoft.com/library/ee176961.aspx
  3. For help use FAQ article.


      4. When asked for Credential type (Administrator or User):

  • if you're logging in as the Partner, enter Administrator
  • if you're logging in as the subaccount Administrator, enter User


      5. Enter your administrator credentials.


       Note: if the login fails, make sure you are using correct username and password.

      6. Control Panel PowerShell is ready to use.


      7. Set Control Panel PowerShell to run commands on your account with this command:
   Set-ConnectionSettings -Account "YourAccountName"



Control Panel PowerShell allows you to automate most tasks associated with Control Panel provisioning and management:

Read the Knowledge Base article on CONTROL PANEL PowerShell Data Types And Common Parameters.

Terms and Abbreviations

Cmdlet - is a lightweight command that is used in the Windows PowerShell environment.

AD – Active Directory

CI – Company Information

CP – Control Panel

DR Delivery restrictions

ESN Electronic Serial Number

IMEI - International Mobile Equipment Identity

MSA Master Service Agreement

OU – Organizational Unit

PLR – Private Label Resellers (Partners)