# Are there any tools to analyze the usage of an Exchange mailbox?

I'm seeking a device (ideally free) that can assess the usage in an Exchange mail box comparable to "folder size" type devices for documents shares. I would certainly such as to have the ability to see just how room is eaten in a mail box (things, schedule, jobs, etc) along with what sort of add-ons (doc, xls, mp3, etc) exist.

Any kind of referrals?

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2022-06-07 14:34:56
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Get-MailboxStatistics -Database "mailbox database" | Sort -Property DisplayName | ft DisplayName, @{expression={$_.totalitemsize.value.ToMB()};label="Mailbox Size(MB)"}, itemcount, lastlogontime, lastlogofftime,lastloggedonuseraccount  As an incentive it types by displayname If you do not intend to define database name: get-mailbox | get-mailboxstatistics | select-object DisplayName,TotalItemSize,StorageLimitStatus,LastLogonTime  Attachment type and also dimension is an intriguing inquiry, I'll need to see if that feasible without downing via each message, if you do need to do it per message I would certainly claim it is unworthy the initiative unless you are considering some conformity concern (yet after that I would certainly claim start developing transportation regulations) 0 2022-06-07 15:00:56 Source You can definatley write something to get your specific folder dimensions (schedule, jobs etc) this in Powershell, im not to certain on the sorts of add-ons though. You would certainly make use of the - FolderScope parameter to concentrate on particualr folder, so for the calendard it would certainly be: Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -Identity$user -FolderScope "Calendar"
|select FolderAndSubfolderSize


You can incorporate a variety of these phone call to get dimensions for all folders.

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2022-06-07 14:59:32
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A fast look for manuscripts that could do what you are speaking about shown up a number of hits:

Both of these are older, yet resemble they have some possible to be hacked right into form.

The first one looks intriguing sufficient that I assume I'll draw it apart and also see just how it acts versus an E2K7 web server at a Customer website. (The code looks horrible to read and also has some punctuation mistakes, yet after some beautifying I assume it is possibly a victor. If absolutely nothing else, I'll possibly utilize it as pseudocode to write my very own )

BTW: Any manuscripts that you locate on the 'net that make use of the bkslsh.bkslshBackOfficeStorage device to reach the Exchange store aren't mosting likely to operate in E2K7.

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2022-06-07 14:58:33
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