Archive for category 2010

Windows 8 / PowerShell 3.0 / Microsoft Exchange 2010

This is based on the developer’s preview of Windows 8. I will use the tag “Windows 8 Developer Build” for all of these posts. So, I’m playing with Windows 8 and PowerShell version 3, like nearly everyone else on the planet, and decided to install the Exchange Management Tools. The first thing to do is […]

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Retrieve all Exchange mailboxes by OU with PowerShell

A question came up on ”Hi guys, I’ve been blindsided by the General Manager and need to get a list of all our Mailboxes, as well as the smtp addresses attached to them. I need these to be pumped out per OU (we have a lot) so that I can do costings per OU. […]


PowerShell EWS Managed API Get Calendar Booked Time

As part of our Full-Cost Maturity Model (FMM), my management chain took the number of employees and created a SWAG of our billable time – they then took these billable hours, and in my case divided them by the number of mailboxes in our organization. – That’s how much it costs for 1 Exchange Administrator […]


Exchange 2007 / 2010 Database Reporting Script

In a previous post ( I provided a script that we use to report on Our Exchange 2007 mailbox servers. That post garnered a lot of comments because it didn’t work with mount points. We now have a mix of Exchange 2007 and 2010, and I have updated my script – We also now use […]


Exchange 2010 Find Database White Space

In Exchange 2007 and earlier, after online defragmentation occurred, you could find your database whitespace by examining the application logs and viewing event ID 1221. This is a pain to do, but luckily for us, Shay Levy posted an excellent article with a PowerShell function for Exchange 2007: That works great for 2007, but […]

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PowerShell Get-Mailbox display SMTP addresses

A question was posed recently where a user wanted to see a list of all his mailboxes, with their server, primary SMTP address, and any additional SMTP addresses associated with the mailbox. The user specifically wanted ONLY SMTP addresses. With the help of a scriptblock, I was able to solve this on one line: 001 […]