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Find Exchange Mailbox Database Size in Exchange 2007/2010(PowerShell)

1. Find Mailbox Dtabasae Size(Exchange 2010):

  • Get-MailboxDatabase -Status | ft name,databasesize

2. Find Mailbox Dtabasae Size(Exchange 2007):

  • Copy the following PowerShell Script and Paste it to notepad and Name it as “XXXX.ps1″
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Exporting and Importing Mailboxes through PowerShell Command let to .PST file

1. Exporting:
a. Things to check before Exporting:

Check the Mailbox size and Drive space to where you are exporting the Mailbox. It is not recommended to export to c:\ drive (OS/Exchange). 151 more words

Exchange

Frequently Asked Questions about Law Study at Prato

Frequently Asked Questions about Law Study at Prato

Will the subjects I do at Prato affect my GPA?

If you are doing Law, most of the subjects are elective units that do contribute to your overall GPA. 457 more words

Prato Unofficial Guide

How to Get Deleted Email into the Deleted Folder for Shared Mailboxes

In my previous post, I listed the registry change to get sent email into the shared mailbox sent folder; otherwise it ends up in the sent folder of the primary email account.  98 more words

Exchange 2010

Blogs are a great procrastination technique...

I’m currently supposed to be revising for my three upcoming midterms but blogging seemed a much better way to spend my time! I’m really struggling to feel motivated for these exams although I know that I really should attempt to get the work done for them! 442 more words

Vancouver

The Flight

The day I left São Paulo was the worst part of my experience so far. I don’t even want to think about it – it was close to a nightmare for me. 541 more words

Exchange Program

A wine reception from students returning from international exchange

Last week Trinity students returning from a year on international exchange were welcomed back with a wine reception. It was a great chance to chat about our time away from Dublin and compare experiences; there were also speakers from the Careers Advisory Service, and a storytelling workshop from writer and performer Catherine Brophy. 456 more words

Student Life