I cannot take credit for this script, but thought that I would share it as it is a fantastic script which worked a treat for me. This script should create the same amount of Exchange Mailboxes into each MailboxDB.
In a newly created Exchange 2016 on premise installation I inherited support of, we had 60 MailboxDBs. Users were supposed to be provisioned into these evenly from the old environment, but they were lumped into two of the DBs rather… Continue Reading
Here is a little theme that I use in PowerShellISE to make it a little (in my opinion) easier on the eye.
Due to a bit of weirdness with about 75 of our Read only Domain controller servers which had been configured with DHCP we needed to routinely perform a flush of the local DNS cache for them to keep replicating and allowing… Continue Reading
After a migration from Exchange 2010 to on Premise Exchange 2016 we discovered that not all users were able to get mail as their Outlook Anywhere was not enabled.
Again, a simple script to get information from your current Exchange Environment regarding the utilisation of your MailboxDBs
This is a very simple one liner to retrieve the following from all mailboxes in the organisation Users Name Total Item Size Item Count Which DB the MB lives on Which Server the DB is on
This script requires the Kemp PowerShell modules to be downloaded from Kemps support site. At the time of writing these were still in a beta stage.
This script requires a module to be downloaded from the HP site for some of the commandlets to run.
This was a script I wrote to take a snapshot every day, and keep 5 days worth for a third party clients VM in our environment. Although this is not the ideal way of having a backup, the business were… Continue Reading