i’ve done a lot of googling this morning, and have found using the outlook.application method to do this, however, this won’t work when running powershell using authorized accounts as they do not have mailboxes.
what i need is a way to send these when the account logged into powershell does not have a mailbox.
i’ve had to do appointments in the same fashion, but in that case i wound up running a seperate script in a called window asking for different credentials. as this is going into a gui tool, this isn’t optimal.
the only thing that is coming to mind would be to run a script-block as another user, but, not really sure how i could accomplish that