Link: http://gsexdev.blogspot.com/2009/07/setting-single-line-view-in-owa-for.html

Early this year i posted a script for turning the reading pain off and on in OWA 2007 using some EWS proxy code in powershell. The same thing can also be done
using the EWS Managed API as well as other properties in OWA like the single line view which someone asked about this week. So here is a script that can be
used for setting both of these values.

Single Line View property,

Like the reading pain this OWA setting in controlled by a property that is set on each folder

http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/wcmultiline
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Mailbox Server Role: 

1.Mailbox\Public Folder Database Status – Get-MailboxDatabase –Server “Name of the Server” –Status | ft Name, Mounted
2.Service Health – Test-ServiceHealth –Server “Name of the Server”
3.Storage group copy status – Get-StorageGroupCopyStatus –Server “Name of the Server”
4.Backup Status – Get-MailboxDatabase –Server “Name of the Server” –Status | ft Name, lastfullbackup, lastincrementalbackup
5.MAPI Connectivity – Test-MapiConnectivity
6.Replication status – Test-ReplicationStatus
7.Cluster Mailbox Status – Get-ClusterMailboxServer 

Client Access Server:
1.Service Health – Test-ServiceHealth –Server “Name of the Server”
2.OWA Connectivity – Test-OWACConnectivity
3.Active Sync Connectivity – Test-ActiveSyncConnectivity
4.POP3\IMAP4 Connectivity –Test-POP\IMAPConnectivity

Hub Transport Server:
1.Service Health – Test-ServiceHealth –Server “Name of the Server”
2.Queue Status – Get-Queue –Server “Name of the Server”
3.Mail Flow –Test-Mailflow

Unified Messaging Server:
1.Service Health – Test-ServiceHealth –Server “Name of the Server”
2.UM Connectivity Test – Test-UMConnectivity -ListenPort 5060/2061
3.Active Call Status – Get-UMActiveCalls

Edge Transport Server:
1.Service Health – Test-ServiceHealth –Server “Name of the Server”
2.Queue Status – Get-Queue –Server “Name of the Server”
3.Mail Flow – Test-Mailflow
4.Edge Synchronization –Test-EdgeSynchronization

Additional Note: Event Log info on corresponding server can be found out by: –Get-EventLog Application\System |Where { $_.Type –eq “erro” }

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