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How to export Exchange 2003 mailbox logins

Posted on 2014-03-25
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details of each mailbox  logon in Exchange Sever 2003
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Question by:adigu1t
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by:rick81
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try exporting the info from AD.  this will contain the logins.

using Active Directory Users and Computers.
1. Open this Snap-in, go to View, Add /Remove columns and add E-mail address to the Displayed columns list;
2. Select the desired OU from witch you intend to make the export, go to Action and Export list;
3. Choose the format and name of the destination file;
4. Save
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by:Tony Giangreco
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Run a quick powershell report listing that info in a text or csv file.
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by:adigu1t
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Thanks. I know how to export but the issue here is that I need the list of logins because we are trying to find out who has logged into their mailboxes in the last 6 months.

Therefore, I require the list of all successful logins into Exchange 2003 mailbox.

Look forward to hearing from you soon..

Regards,

T.
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by:adigu1t
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In regards to Powershell report, what Powershell script\command do I need to run to produce this report?

Look forward to hearing from you soon..

Regards,

T.
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in exchange manger look under the mailbox store > logons.

shows you who has logged onto exchange.  not sure how far it dates back to though.
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by:rick81
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also try this

Get-Mailbox -Org "domain.local" | Get-MailboxStatistics | sort lastlogontime -descending| ft Displayname,last
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by:allen_rich
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You can also use the below Get-MailboxStatistics cmdlet, for example to view the statistics for all Exchange 2003 mailbox users .

Get-Mailbox -Database DB1 | Get-MailboxStatistics | ft displayname,totaldeleteditemsize,totalitemsize
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