I have ran the first PowerShell cmdlet in Microsoft Exchange 2013 ‘Exchange Management Shell’. PowerShell for Exchange 2013 is based on PowerShell v3. PowerShell version 3.0 has come with new functionalities and simplicity. See an example: Exchange 2010 we have used the following cmdlet

 Get-Mailbox | Where {$_.Name –like administrator}

In Exchange 2013 PowerShell has introduced a simple format for this:

Get-Mailbox | where name –like administrator

Exchange 2013 Cmdlets (Copied from here)

Permissions Cmdlets

Security Cmdlets

Messaging Policy and Compliance Cmdlets

Anti-Spam and Anti-Malware Cmdlets

Mail Flow Cmdlets

Mailbox Cmdlets

Recipient Cmdlets

Email Address and Address Book Cmdlets

Move and Migration Cmdlets

Sharing and Collaboration Cmdlets

Federation and Hybrid Configuration Cmdlets

Client Access Cmdlets

Unified Messaging Cmdlets

High Availability Cmdlets

Server Health, Monitoring, and Performance Cmdlets

Active Directory Cmdlets

Cmdlet Extension Agent Cmdlets

Global Cmdlets

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