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How to find the database count for Exchange Server 2010

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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tercex11Commented:
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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bobox00Author Commented:
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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