Commands not being imported with PSSession



I have created a custom import module “import-exchange” which imports all exchange commands and connects to our exchange but even though the PSSession is being created, it is not importing the commands.

The code I am using is:

function import-exchange {
param (

begin {

$Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri - This website is for sale! - domainname Resources and Information. -Authentication Kerberos -Credential Get-Credential

process {
Import-PSSession $Session -DisableNameChecking -AllowClobber
end {

I run Import-Exchange and this creates the PSSession, but if I run Get-Mailbox, it doesn’t recognize the command.

Any ideas?

The connectionuri has fake server and domains in, but the real script has the correct ones.

Why are you doing this?
There is already a prescribed way to do this and well documented for many years now.
Don’t reinvent the wheel and stress yourself out over it. There are prebuilt scripts on the MS specially for this as well as ones all over the web, for Exchange on-prem and online.

There are PowerShell modules for it as well…

Find-Module -Name '*exchange*' | Format-Table -AutoSize


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