About

Hi! I am Roman Podlisk,

I have an expertise in pretty much of everything around computer systems. System administration of all kinds – Linux, Windows; messaging and collaboration systems – from modern, progressive like Exchange and OCS to old-fashion, regressive like Lotus Domino; programming – from low level like C/C++ to modern, high level like C# and PowerShell; troubleshooting; useful tips.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask!

 
How to Import Excel spreadsheet into PowerShell  
How to verify if the user receives the message, sent to Dynamic Distribution group in Exchange 2007  
Quick and easy way to resolve multiple hostnames from IP addresses using PowerShell  
Enable or disable POP3 and IMAP4 by group membership in Exchange 2007  

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  1. Hi, I used your example for dynamically reading an excel spread sheet and it works nicely. But I do have a question on how to use the data that is stored in the $DataReader array. I know how to access it using dot notation but how do I access the data elements using an index? I would like to loop through the array use each of the data elements.

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