This post demonstrates how you can use Exchange Powershell to list and export user mailbox size, including deleted items size.
Run the command below to generate a list of all users, what databse their mailbox is stored in, the TotalItemSize, and TotalDeletedItemSize...
In exchange 2010 SP1, users are not receiveing quota warning messages when they are beyond the Issue Warning threshold.
Microsoft have an article relating to this issue.
Users do not receive quota warning messages after you apply Service Pack 1 for Exchange Server...
Run the following powershell script to grant a user or group full access to a mailbox.
Add-MailboxPermission -Identity '' -User '' -AccessRights 'FullAccess'
In Exchange 2010, when you create a room or resource mailbox, the Resource Policy tab gives you the option to Allow scheduling only during business hours. But what is business hours?
The default business hours is from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. You can check this by...
This is particularly handy if you want to reset your outlook profile, but the security policy on the computer does not allow you to launch the Mail control panel
HKEY_USERS\\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles
After you delete a user from Acrive directory or Exchagne their mailbox is kept in the Exchange database for a number of days until it is automatiaccly removed. As defined in the “Limits” section of the database properties.
If you want to force the...
If you have defined custom functions in a .ps1 file, to register them in Exchange Command Shell all you need to do is run the following command:
[ps] c:\Exchange> . .\.ps1
Then you can call your functions from the PowerShell command line.
When trying to send an email on behalf of a distribution group email address, you may get the following error:
Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.
Sent: 7/06/2012 10:55 AM
This article outlines how to force empty the deleted items / recoverable items dumpster in a users mailbox.
To view how much space is consumed by all users dumpster files run this command:
Get-MailBox | Get-MailboxStatistics | select DisplayName,TotalDeletedItemSize
When using Powershell to run the Search-Mailbox command the following error is generated:
Search-Mailbox” Command in Powershell: The Term “Search-Mailbox” Is Not Recognized as the Name of a cmdlet
This error will be generated...