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How to find the database count for Exchange Server 2010

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Does database count mean the number of email mailboxes (email addresses) on the Exchange server or is it the number of database files? How do I determine the database count for my Exchange Server 2010. It sits on an SBS server 2011 standard
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The database count is the number of databases that contain mailboxes. You can view the number in the Exchange Management Console under Server configuration and Mailbox.
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There is one database listed under server configuration, as follows:
Mailbox Database 2012042715

There are two databases under Organization Configuration there as follows (turns out this is the one I should look at for total database count. So the answer is 2):
Mailbox Database 2012042715
Public Folder Database 0522328443
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