Public folders can be accessed by every employee in your organization. They are useful when it comes to group sharing and bulk storage. For monitoring Exchange Server and Exchange Online’s public folders, PowerShell offers the Get-PublicFolderStatistics cmdlet. You can use its various parameters to look for specific details. Below are a few Get-PublicFolderStatistics examples.
This cmdlet provides all statistics about the marketing team public folder saved under Info org organization. It is necessary to use the Format-list parameter to display the results.
The PublicFolderItemStatistics cmdlet provides information about the items within the campaigns public folder like their last modification time, creation time, message size, and their types.
Exchange Reporter Plus provides granular insights on various public folder statistics. You can schedule the reports to get regular updates and most importantly save the time that unnecessarily goes into tedious PowerShell scripting. Find below the complete list of public folder statistics reports offered by Exchange Reporter Plus.
Exchange Reporter Plus fetches the necessary Public Folder logs from various sources like the Exchange Server, Active Directory (AD) and so on to provide reports about important public folder statistics.Steps to generate public folder statistics reports in Exchange Reporter Plus:
Note: For Exchange Online reports, navigate to Exchange Online > Other Exchange Reports > Public Folder Reports.
It is that simple! Using Exchange Reporter Plus’ pre-configured reports you can easily keep a watch over your organization’s public folders. To find out more about how Exchange Reporter Plus simplifies your complex PowerShell tasks, click here.