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    Default Question for the exchange gurus!

    I got a unique request from a client with Exchange 2003. Any help to complete this would be helpful. Thanks

    SOME users have UNIQUE mail in PRIMARY & ARCHIVE mailboxes.


    SOME have duplicate mail folders.

    You know how OUTLOOK gives you FOLDER NAMES & SIZES on a per-user basis?

    Is there a way to get for EACH USER a report that shows mailbox path, size, # of items

    e.g.
    John Doe
    Inbox 20GB 50000
    Send 5 gb 12000
    zzz_test\folder1 2 gb 11792

    ARCHIVE mailbox
    zzz_test\folder2 1.7gb 10903

    etc
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    Have you tried the following cmdlet?

    Get-MailboxFolderStatistics <user>


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    Does 2003 have powershell? Humm I will have to check. Thanks
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    Using WMI.

    Look at this blog post,

    Get-MailboxStatistics for Exchange 2003 | Indented!
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