what command will show me how many users are on each of my exchange servers

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i have 1 2007 server and 2 2010 servers
i want to know how many mailboxes are on each server
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try this:

Get-Mailboxes -Server <exchange servername> | measure-object
Hi,

Please try the following command.

Get-Mailbox | Group-Object -Property:ServerName | Select Name,Count

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no none of these seem to work
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BusbarSolutions Architect

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what do you want to do exactly?!

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i need to see how many mailboxes are on each of my servers
Get-Mailbox -Server [b]exch2007/10name[/b] -ResultSize Unlimited | Measure-Object

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The output:

[PS] C:\Windows\system32>Get-Mailbox -Server exchdc01 -ResultSize Unlimited | Measure-Object


Count    : 9
Average  :
Sum      :
Maximum  :
Minimum  :
Property :
BusbarSolutions Architect
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Then SreRaj suggestion would work for you, are you sure that you open the Exchange powershell

maybe:
 (Get-Mailbox -server servername -resultsize unlimited).count

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excellent

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