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Enable or Disable Clutter for Office 365 User Mailboxes

19 May 2015 by Emma Robinson

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This blog post is just a quick guide for Office 365 Administrators and explains how you can enable or disable Clutter for a particular user or all users.
Firstly, connect to Office 365 using PowerShell.

To Enable or Disable Clutter for one user

To enable clutter for one user run:
PS C:\Scripts> Set-Clutter -Identity user@domain.com -Enable $true

To disable clutter for one user run:
PS C:\Scripts> Set-Clutter -Identity user@domain.com -Enable $false

To Enable or Disable Clutter for all users

To enable clutter for all users run:
PS C:\Scripts> Get-Mailbox | Set-Clutter -Enable $true

To disable clutter for all users run:
PS C:\Scripts> Get-Mailbox | Set-Clutter -Enable $false

Some users have reported that they do not have access to this cmdlet within Microsoft Office 365. Hopefully they will receive access to it shortly

How to find out who has clutter enabled or disabled

Easy, we wrote a script for it!
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