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powershell exchange 2013 inserting count

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I have some code here and trying to find databases with users over a certain amount only to display. For example I only wanted to list databases with users who have 80 or more users

[code][/$exchservers = Get-Exchangeserver
foreach($exchserver in $Exchservers)
{
get-mailbox -Server $exchserver.name | Group-Object Database | Select-object Count,Name,Databasesize,Lastfullbackup
$exchserver.name
} code]

I tried this and it seem like it should work but did not. Please help

$exchservers = Get-Exchangeserver
foreach($exchserver in $Exchservers)
{
get-mailbox -Server $exchserver.name | Group-Object Database | where {$_.database.count -gt "80"} | Select-object Count,Name,Databasesize,Lastfullbackup
$exchserver.name
}
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by:Subsun
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Use Get-MailboxDatabase to get the status of the database..
Try...
$exchservers = Get-Exchangeserver
foreach($exchserver in $Exchservers)
{
 Get-Mailbox -Server $exchserver.name | 
    Group-Object Database  | 
      ? {$_.count -gt "80"} | % {
        $Count = $_.Count
        Get-MailboxDatabase $_.Name -Status | Select  @{N="Count";E={$Count}},Name,Databasesize,Lastfullbackup,Server
   }
}

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by:Akhater
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This should work for you

P.S. you are on Exchange 2013 you should start with Databases and not servers since a database can be hosted on more than one server (DAG)
$DBs = Get-MailboxDatabase

foreach($DB in $DBs)
{
		$MBXs = Get-Mailbox -Database $DB -ResultSize Unlimited
		if($MBXs.Count -gt 80){
			Write-Host "$DB has $($MBXs.Count) Mailboxes"
		}
}

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Or Using Get-Mailbox..
$Mailboxes = Get-Mailbox -ResultSize Unlimited -Server fahqsna09sxmb01
$Mailboxes | 
    Group-Object Database  | 
      ? {$_.count -gt "80"} | % {
        $Count = $_.Count
        Get-MailboxDatabase $_.Name -Status | Select  @{N="Count";E={$Count}},Name,Databasesize,Lastfullbackup,Server
}

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by:techdrive
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thank you guys your response is awesome and quick
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by:techdrive
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Always awesome subsun
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