The Get-MailboxStatistics Cmdlet, the TotalitemSize Property, and that pesky little “b”

In my experiences with Exchange and Powershell, I have definitely come across some interesting things.  One of strangest…or so I thought…was the fact that whenever I looked at mailbox size it had a funny little “b” at the end and seemed to be in bytes.  That little “b” though made converting that number to say…

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List Mailbox Sizes for both Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007

This is a script I put together because…well I don’t remember what prompted me to write it.  Who cares 🙂 This script uses the built-in cmdlets for Exchange 2007 find 2007 servers and legacy servers.  It then uses WMI to talk to the legacy servers to get the mailbox sizes.  Technically, this script requires Exchange…

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Get Exchange Mailbox Database Size – One-Liner – Version 2

In my previous post (Some Handy Exchange Mailbox and Database Size Powershell One-Liners), I introduced a handy one-liner for looking up current mailbox database sizes.  In Exchange 2007, the physical size of the database file isn’t listed when you run a cmdlet like “get-mailboxdatabase”.  This piece of information of course is of great interest to…

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Some Handy Exchange Mailbox and Database Size Powershell One-Liners

I wrote this up a while ago to share with customers and colleagues, but I never really posted it anywhere.  If you look at my previous post about using add-member, you might wonder why then I am using select-object here to create calculated properties which changes the pipeline to PSCustom objects…because I wrote this a…

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