Deleting old Email Boxes from Exchange 2010

Is there a way to run a report on the exchange server to see the last time someone logged into an email box. We have let our email get out of control and we need a way to be able to figure out a simplistic way of deleting them. We use to just ask for a list but the list was never correct so we figured if there was a way to find out the last time someone logged into their account we could just go from there.......any other suggestions would be welcomed.
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SEHCCommented:
hi,

This is an AD PowerShell command that will tell you which users have not logged in over a year but you can change the number to what you want. you will need to edit the domain and the days.  you can add in any other search parameters you want from LDAP.

Save the below as a .ps1


$365Days = (get-date).adddays(-365)

Get-ADUser -SearchBase "ou=test,dc=doamin,dc=com" -filter {(lastlogondate -notlike "*" -OR lastlogondate -le $365days) -AND (passwordlastset -le $365days) -AND (enabled -eq $True)} -Properties lastlogondate, passwordlastset,title,office,employeeID | Select-Object employeeID, name, lastlogondate, passwordlastset, title, office |export-csv c:\stale-users365.csv
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Joseph DalyCommented:
You could do something like

Get-Mailbox {user}| Get-MailboxStatistics | select-object lastlogontime, lastloggedonuseraccount

or

Get-Mailbox * | Get-MailboxStatistics | select-object lastlogontime, lastloggedonuseraccount
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Rajitha ChimmaniCommented:
Addition to the Exchange command..You might be interested to know the account name

Get-Mailbox -Resultsize unlimited | Get-mailboxtstatistics | Select DisplayName,LastLogonTime,LastLoggedOnUserAccount

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You can add switch -RecipientTypeDetails to run the query against user and room mailboxes separately and export the results to a csv like

Get-Mailbox -Resultsize unlimited -RecipientTypeDetails UserMailbox | Get-mailboxtstatistics | Select DisplayName,LastLogonTime,LastLoggedOnUserAccount | Export-csv users.csv -Notypeinformaion

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