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Exchange 2010 List all Mailboxes by last access date

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Hello,  I need to run an audit of our Exchange Server and clean up any old accounts.  What's the best way to get a report of all mailboxes sorted by last access date in Exchange 2010?  Thanks for the help
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Use Powershell and the following command:

Get-MailboxStatistics | Sort LastLogonTime

You can modify it with server name, database and other variables if you wish
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Added detail to the script...

Get-Mailbox -Resultsize unlimited | get-mailboxstatistics | select DisplayName, Database, LastLogonTime

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Will.
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by:Bahloul
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hi sdpads,

if you use A.D Saved queries that would be better see the attached xml file and import it to saved queries in the A.D that will get you all users with 60 days last logon  you can determine the suitable duration and edit the same query, command line in you target not reliable.

the below screen to import the xml file just browse to the file location :-

aduc-import-query-definition.png
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try below and export the inactive mailbox to CSV formate .

http://www.slipstick.com/exchange/cmdlets/create-list-inactive-exchange-mailboxes/
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also for your target you may search first for never logged on users using the following query in saved query  :-

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(&(&(objectCategory=person)(objectClass=user))(|(lastLogon=0)(!(lastLogon=*))))
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Thanks Will exactly what I needed.
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