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Exchange 2010 - how to check my mailbox and public store sizes

In Exchange 2010, how do I go about seeing what the current size of the mailbox store is and is publix store size is?
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tx_it_guy
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WinsoupCommented:
You can run this in powershell
Get-MailboxDatabase -Status | select ServerName,Name,DatabaseSize
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tx_it_guyAuthor Commented:
So I would run:

Get-MailboxDatabase -Status | select ServerName,Name,DatabaseSize  > to get the size of the mailbox store

and

Get-Publicfolderdatabase -status | ft DatabaseSize > to get the size of the public store?
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WinsoupCommented:
Correct, you could also browse to the physical path of the databases and check the properties of the folders to get the size of them.
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michaelalphiCommented:
Good suggestion above.
Usage of Exchange management console is a good way to check the current size of the mailbox store and public store size.
Moreover, this link would also be a good option for you to check mailbox and public folder storage sizes.
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