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PFDAVadmin public folder item count takes forever, need help?

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What is the power shell command to get an item count of the local Exchange 2007 Public Folder ? and also the  power shell comman to get thje item count on the remote Exchange 2003 public folder (from the Exchange 2007 server
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Exchange 2003 is more difficult as powershell cannot connect to this.

With Exchange 2007 you can run the Get-PublicFolderStatistics from the Exchange Management Shell for the Exchange 2007 public folders.
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