Exchange mailbox database disabled accounts cmdlet

Hello, I have 10 databases in my Exchange Server, and I'm trying to get only the COUNT of the number of disabled mailboxes in ONE DATABASE. I'm able to get the TOTAL amount of 10 disabled/Active databases total, but I need to get the COUNT of disabled mailboxes PER database. Any ideas how I can get this?
mleeAsked:
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Todd NelsonSystems EngineerCommented:
What command are you running?  Please provide as a reference.
mleeAuthor Commented:
So this cmdlet works but it gets me the TOTAL number of disabled accounts out of all mailbox databases:
(Get-aduser –filter *|where {$_.enabled –eq “True”}).count

This command gets me no output:
Get-MailboxDatabase <Database Name>|Get-MailboxStatistics |Where {$_.DisconnectReason –eq “Disabled

This command gives output, but only 0:
(Get-MailboxStatistics –Database <Database Name>|where {$_.DisconnectDate –ne $null}).count

I tried this command as well but no output:
foreach ($DB in $DBs) {Get-MailboxStatistics –Database $DB | where {$_.DisconnectDate –ne $null } | select Database.DisplayName.DisconnectDate,@{n=”MemberCount”;e={(Get-MailboxStatistics –Database $DB | where { $_.DisconnectDate-ne $null } ).Count}}}

I need to get the COUNT of disabled accounts PER Database. I've been working on this for over a week and still can't figure it out. Any help would be great.

Thanks,
Matt
Todd NelsonSystems EngineerCommented:
Going off of the first command that you stated didn't provide output, try this...

Get-MailboxDatabase | Get-MailboxStatistics | Where {$_.DisconnectReason -eq "Disabled"} | select DisplayName, ServerName, DatabaseName | Export-Csv -NoType C:\Temp\Disconnected.csv

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The second command should provide the number for disconnected mailboxes for the database you specified.  If none in that DB, then yes the count will be zero.

(Get-MailboxStatistics -Database "DB_Name" | where {$_.DisconnectDate -ne $null}).count

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I'm not going to try any further with the third.  But I do know it is incomplete.

Personally, I prefer the commands that output to CSV files (the first command I provided) because they tend to be less confusing and can provide all the output data needed for better analysis.

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