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Is there any way to extract Exchange 2010 PF contents to a list.
need to know how may items are inside specific sub folder.
This isto use as reporting to present to customer to make sure all are replicated.

Also is there any way to extract PST contents to list as well...?

thanks
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Question by:hell_angel
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by:Akhater
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Get-PublicFolderStatistics will give you a list of all PF and their item count
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by:hell_angel
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How can we know the sub-folders are belong to which root folder...?
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Get-PublicFolderStatistics | ft name,folderpath,itemcount
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by:Neil Russell
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by:hell_angel
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i add in -ResultSize Unlimited... looks good....
Can i use ExFolder to do the same for PST..?

thanks
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by:hell_angel
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I got this is the result.."\AUSTRALIA\Di..."
possible to have full lenght instead "..."
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by:Akhater
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replace the FT by FL
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by:hell_angel
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that's great....
how can i do a same thing to local pst file...?
i extracted the PFs from Exchange 2003 database and store to pst.. used Kernel for Exchange software.
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by:Akhater
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I already told you I don't know how to do it with pst sorry
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yeah... its ok.... thanks
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