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How can I get a count of mail-enabled public folders in exchange 2007?

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We recieved a request to know how many mail-enabled public folders we have company wide.  

How can I get a count of mail-enabled public folders in exchange 2007?   This was very easy to do in 2003, but in 2007, not so much.
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by:Hilal1924
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Use this Command:

Get-PublicFolder \ -recurse | Get-PublicFolderStatistics

Cheers,
Hilal
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Sorry Disregard the above Command, Use this one instead:

This is a single line command:

[PS] C:\Documents and Settings\Katara>Get-PublicFolder -Recurse -Server EX2007 | where $_.MailEnabled -like "True"}| ft name,MailEnabled,OriginatingServer

Cheers,
Hilal

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Get-PublicFolder -Recurse -Server EX2007 |where {$_.MailEnabled -like "True"} | ft name,MailEnabled,OriginatingServer
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I am sorry I don't know why I keep messing this question:

Here is the proper syntax: (single Line Command -Server EX2007 is optional)

Get-PublicFolder -Recurse |where {$_.MailEnabled -like "True"}| ft name,MailEnabled,OriginatingServer
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Get-PublicFolder -Recurse -Server EX2007 |where {$_.MailEnabled -like "True"}| ft name,MailEnabled,OriginatingServer
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