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I am trying to get a list of which mailboxes are in which database. I currently have 3 mailboxes and would like to move a few mailboxes into another database. Thanks
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In the Exchange Management Console, go to the Recipient Configuration/Mailbox view. Click Create Filter at the top and then choose to filter by database and select the database you want to look at.
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run from powershell

get-mailbox | select-object name,database

if you want them in a csv file add | export-csv c:\list.csv
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