Enable Call Forwarding For Teams Users Now Available in PowerShell

Those of you that have worked with Lync and Skype for Business server will have heard of (and possibly have used) the SEFAUTIL tool to set a number of different parameters for your Lync/SfB users, including enabling/disabling Call Forwarding.

The good news is that with the latest version (3.0.1-preview) of the Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module, you can now control Call forwarding for your Teams users!

 

Installing the Module

To install the module, run the following on your machine:

Install-Module -Name MicrosoftTeams -AllowPrerelease

 

Cmdlets

Here’s what’s now available additionally within the latest version of the module:


Are there any other cmdlets that you’d like to see added?

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Carsten Højgaard
Carsten Højgaard
5 months ago

Hi Craig, Do you know a way to get all users with a specific pre dial in their simultanous ring number (ForwardingTarget:) and pipe it to a disable simultanous ring (IsForwardingEnabled: $False) ? Backstory: We have setup simultanous ring on most users for Teams to ring a Spectralink wireless user handset for users to be mobile in the office/laboratories without using cellphones. Now Spectralink and MS has made these handsets Teams native so we can login directly on the handsets using MS Provisioning server and MS SIP Gateway. No more need to use +99 prefix as a workaround through our… Read more »