What is the name of my Exchange 2007 database?

I need to verify some permissions on Exchange for an application that uses an Exchange user to "send as". The command line I have been given as a sample to follow requires that I know the Exchange database name. Hee is the sample syntax...
Get-MailboxDatabase "Database_Name" | Get-ADPermission -User domain\IC_Administrator_Account | fl
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augwestDirector of Information TechnologyCommented:
Open Exchange Management GUI

look at your MAILBOX STORES the name of the mailbox store is the name of your database
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gauravbhandariCommented:
By default, name given to database under First Storage Group is Mailbox Database.edb & for Public Folder is Public Folder Database.edb.
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augwestDirector of Information TechnologyCommented:
By default yes but they can be named anything during setup the best thing to do is to look in the Exchange Management console and look at the database names
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MesthaCommented:
If you run get-mailboxdatabase on its own, all of the mailbox databases in your Exchange Org will be listed.

If the application requires the permission on all databases then just run get-mailboxdatabase on its own, without the database name command.

Simon.
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liq-andyCommented:
hi,

I have slightly diffrent problem:

my mailbox database name is: Mailbox Database

when I try run comand to remove disconected mailbox I get error:

Remove-Mailbox : A parameter cannot be found that matches parameter name 'datab
ase'.
At line:1 char:15

is it because the name has 2 words? how can I possibly find GUID of Mailbox Database? maybe that way it would work?

many thanks
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B HCommented:
lig-andy:  you're kind of thread jacking here, but, if you haven't figured it out, put quotes around "mailbox database"
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