Powershell commands to get all details of an exchange 2007 server. Stores/Sizes/versions/Policies etc.

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Powershell commands to get all details of an exchange 2007 server. Stores/Sizes/versions/Policies etc.
I need to list/Document all about the current exchange. How can i get the details.

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Sharath
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Hilal1924Commented:
Get-ExchangeServer |fl *

That is what you should use :)

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martingagnonCommented:
There are no one-liner command that will give you all the configuration.  You are going to have to run multiple commands:  Here are my suggestions:

Get-ExchangeServer | FL
Get-ExchangeAdministrator | FL
Get-AddressList | FL
Get-GlobalAddressList | FL
Get-OfflineAddressBook | FL
Get-ClientAccessServer | FL
Get-AcceptedDomain | FL
Get-EmailAddressPolicy | FL
Get-TransportConfig
Get-TransportRule | FL
Get-SendConnector | FL
Get-MailboxServer | FL
Get-MailboxDatabase | FL
Get-OutlookAnywhere
Get-ReceiveConnector | FL
Get-Mailbox
Get-DistributionGroup | FL
Get-MailContact | FT Name,PrimarySMTPAddress

That should cover most of your exchange server configuration and provide you a list of users and distribution group.
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Hilal1924Commented:
lol@martin :)
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martingagnonCommented:
What is this comments about Hilal1924?  This is totally irrelevant and disrespectful.
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Hilal1924Commented:
I was not being disrespectful. I am sorry if it felt that way. It was just that the exhaustive list of "Get" Command got me smiling. Yes I agree it is irrelevant. That is why I suggested to EE admin that there should be a message board where people can shout at each other :)

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