How can I view mailbox information in Exchange 2007 from PowerShell?

A. Mailboxes can be viewed via the Exchange 2007 Exchange Management Console, Recipient Configuration, Mailbox area. However, this doesn't give all information available. Using the Get-MailboxStatistics cmdlet, you can get detailed information about a mailbox size and limits. For example,

Get-MailboxStatistics jsavill | format-list
AssociatedItemCount : 102
DeletedItemCount : 11
DisconnectDate :
DisplayName : John Savill
ItemCount : 13439
LastLoggedOnUserAccount : SAVILLTECH\jsavill
LastLogoffTime : 5/10/2007 2:08:57 PM
LastLogonTime : 5/10/2007 2:08:57 PM
LegacyDN : /O=SAVILLTECH/OU=FIRST ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP/CN=RECIPIENT
S/CN=JSAVILL
MailboxGuid : 80eb96b7-1401-4e6a-a0f8-1ad3eac3a220
ObjectClass : Mailbox
StorageLimitStatus : BelowLimit
TotalDeletedItemSize : 148440B
TotalItemSize : 590465228B
Database : DALSXC02\First Storage Group\Mailbox Database
ServerName : DALSXC02
StorageGroupName : First Storage Group
DatabaseName : Mailbox Database
Identity : 80eb96b7-1401-4e6a-a0f8-1ad3eac3a220
IsValid : True
OriginatingServer : dalsxc02

To get more detailed information on a per-folder basis, use Get-MailboxFolderStatistics instead of Get-MailboxStatistics.

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