mailbox managemnt exchange 2007

1.      I’ve moved mailboxes from exchange 2000 server to exchange 2007 server using 2007 exchange management console. I now have deleted mailbox in my exchange 2007 system manager view however I can’t purge it as it saying that mailbox was reconnected to the user.

      2. Can anyone tell me how to customize the view in 2007 Exchange management console so that I can see more columns. I’d like to see mailbox size, last logon time, last logon user etc?
leop1212Asked:
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SembeeCommented:
The additional information that you are used to seeing in ESM is not exposed to EMC. You will have to run powershell command to get information on the mailbox sizes etc.

How long have you waited after deleting the user account? It can take Exchange a little while to notice the user account has gone.

Simon.
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leop1212Author Commented:
why would MS drop GUI on public folders? what is the best resource for powershell reference/trainging?
thank you
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SembeeCommented:
Microsoft are trying to kill off public folders and have been for some time. When it came to features to be dropped to meet the deadline the public folder GUI was a simple choice.

However Microsoft have heard the outcry and public folder management will be back in SP1 for Exchange 2007.

For powershell reference the best resources at the moment are Microsoft's. There is a lot of it on Technet and in the help guides - although make sure that you have downloaded the latest version of the help for Exchange 2007.

Simon.  
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