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How to verify Exchange 2007 is running

Posted on 2011-03-11
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What kind of powershell commands/dos commands can I use to verify Exchange 2007 is running in a cluster evironment.

I also need to verify the send/recive function without using a third party.
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test-mailflow test-mapiconnectivity, etc, all in Powershell.
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Get-storageGroupCopyStatus |fl
Will show you which storage groups are set to replicate where with CCR

Test-replicationHealth will help too

Otherwise from DOS
Cluster group
Will show you the groups on the cluster and which nodes they are on

Cluster res
Will show you the resources
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Get-ClusteredMailboxServerStatus "nameofclusteredserver"
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