The following examples show usage of the Free/Busy Connector cmdlets and parameters.

Create and Configure a Free/Busy Connector

This example creates a new Free/Busy Connector and then configures the Connector to list Contoso01/Contoso as the Lotus Domino server running the Excalcon.exe task. Active Directory directory service will be checked every 60 minutes to see if new users need to be added to the Free/Busy public folders. The Password for the local Lotus Notes ID file is passed using the $Credential variable in order to access Contoso01/Contoso. The next 30 days of information will be retrieved for free/busy requests and information will remain in the cache for seven and a half minutes.

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Set-DominoFreeBusyConnector -DominoServer Contoso01/Contoso
Set-DominoFreeBusyConnector -MaintenanceIntervalMinutes 60
Set-DominoFreeBusyConnector -NotesPassword $Credential
Set-DominoFreeBusyConnector -QueryWindowDays 30
Set-DominoFreeBusyConnector -RefreshIntervalSeconds 450

Retrieve a Directory Connector's Properties

This example retrieves information about a Free/Busy Connector.

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Below are the results:

ConnectorType : FreeBusy

ConnectedDomains : {}

RefreshIntervalSeconds : 900

QueryWindowDays : 60

MaintenanceIntervalMinutes : 15

RequestTimeOutSeconds : 15

ExchangeAdminGroup :

Name : E108 Domino Free Busy Connector

Identity : E108-DominoFreeBusyConnector

ComputerName : E108

DominoServer : Server01/Contoso

NotesINIFile :

NotesPassword : System.Security.SecureString

Start the Free/Busy Connector's Service

Running the Start-DominoFreeBusyConnector cmdlet without any parameters launches the Domino Free/Busy Connector service.

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Stop the Free/Busy Connector's Service

The Stop-DominoFreeBusyConnector cmdlet stops the service.

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