Exchange 2010 - Active Mailboxes

Hi All,

Is there a way to find how many active mailboxes are in a single database? Is there a powershell command I can run?

Thanks,

SJ
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Amit KumarCommented:
If you just need count of Mailbox users then use below command:

(Get-Mailbox -Database DEUP01).count

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If need list then use below one

Get-Mailbox -Database DEUP01 | Select-Object * | export-csv activeusers.csv

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Wayne88Commented:
You can get a list of all users and their last login time.

Get-mailbox -resultsize unlimited| Get-MailboxStatistics | select displayname, lastlogontime
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
All mailboxes that are enabled are considered active. Mail will always send to mailboxes that are enabled and assigned to an Active Directory User Object, disabled or not.

A good way to find out if the mailbox is actually being used by someone is check the lastLogonTime, which will give you a good indication if it is actually being accessed.

Use the below script to find all mailboxes that have been last accessed within 90 days...

The below script will find all mailboxes that have a LastLogonTime great than 90 days and export the results to a CSV file.
$date = get-date
$FindMB = get-mailbox -resultsize "unlimited"
ForEach ($mb in $FindMB)
        {
        
           Get-MailboxStatistics | ? { $_.LastLogonTime -gt $date.AddDays(-90) } |
           Select DisplayName, LastLogonTime |
           Export-csv "c:\filename.csv" -nti -append       
        
}

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