Any way to find if mailboxes which are not used for a long time.

Posted on 2007-08-12
Last Modified: 2010-03-05

I want to find all the mailboxes that are not used for a long time.Need a script to do this.

Question by:bsharath
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    Expert Comment

    You should probably ask this in the Exchange forum if you want better answers.
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    by:Malli Boppe
    you don't need a script for this.go to exchange system manager-first storage group-mailstore-mailboxes
    add the following columns lastloggedtime.
    CHeck when the mailbox has been last accesses.
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    I have many storages in exchange.So a script can help me so that i can get all to a file.

    Then can sort and find....
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    Accepted Solution

    You need to go each mail store. right click on mail store and export to csv,xls or text.later on you can merge the files. It hardely takes 5 -10 even  incase you have multiple mail stores.
    sorry I don't have any scripts to help you and I don't feel we really need a script in this case.

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