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  • Exchange Powershell Tip #02: To see the number of items and the size oftheAdminAuditLogs in your organization in Exchange 2010 or 2013, you can run this cmdlet…
  • Exchange Powershell Tip #03: How to find which Service Pack and Update Rollup is installed on all Exchange servers in your organization? This applies to Exchange 2010 and 2013 both.
  • Exchange Powershell Tip #04: How to find all inactive mailboxes in Exchange 2010 or 2013 environment? OR How to get the list of all mailboxes which are not accessed in last X days?
  • Exchange Powershell Tip #08: How to take LDAP dump of an Exchang object like Exchange Server, Mailbox Database, Public Folder Database, Mailbox, OWA Virtual Directory, Database Availability Group or Public Folder Hierarchies object?
  • Exchange Powershell Tip #09: How to find who has Full Mailbox access and/or Send As permission on various mailboxes in your environment? Or How to get the list of mailboxes on which someone has Full Mailbox access and/or Send As permission ?
  • Exchange Powershell Tip #10: Find list of mailboxes which are having more than one primary SMTP addresses in an Exchange environment.
  • Exchange Powershell Tip #13: How do I see values of all the parameters from the Exchange Cmdlet? (Powershell Please show me everything out of that cmdlet)

Written by Amit Tank

September 7, 2016 at 10:30 am

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