PowerShell ยป Get-MailboxServer

Get-List All Mailbox in Exchange Using PowerShell

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The Get-MailboxServer cmdlet is used to retrieve details about all mailboxes that are currently active in your Exchange organization.

Examples of Get-MailboxServer cmdlet:

Eg. Get-MailboxServer

This open-ended cmdlet lists all the mailbox users in your Exchange organization.

Eg. Get-MailboxServer -Identity Exchange1 | Format-List

This cmdlet is used to retrieve information about the Exchange1 mailbox server. The result will be presented in list format.

This cmdlet can be used to retrieve information about the mailbox servers only for on-premises setups. But Exchange Reporter Plus offers reports to find out information about all the mailboxes in both Exchange Server and Exchange Online platforms. The tool also offers various other mailbox-related reports that provide insights into account status, permissions, properties and more.

Getting insights about mailboxes using Exchange Reporter Plus:

Exchange Reporter Plus offers multiple reports to find out about the mailboxes in your organization, their status, permissions and properties.

List of mailbox status reports available:

For Exchange Server: (Click here to learn more about the data fetched by these reports)

General Reports
  • Mailbox Enabled Users
  • Hidden Mailboxes
Account Status Reports
  • Recently Created Mailboxes
  • Inactive Mailboxes by Last Sent Mail
  • Inactive Mailboxes by Last Logon Time
  • Inactive Mailboxes by Last Received Mail
  • Disconnected Mailboxes
  • Expired Account Mailboxes
  • Soon-to-expire Account Mailboxes

For Exchange Online: (Click here to learn more about the data fetched by these reports)

General Mailbox Reports
  • Mailbox Users
  • Inactive Mailboxes
  • Hidden Mailboxes
  • Archive Mailboxes
  • Archive Disabled Mailboxes
Account Status Reports
  • Recently Created Mailboxes
  • Disconnected Mailboxes
  • Soft Deleted Mailboxes
  • Enabled Exchange Users
  • Disabled Exchange Users

Steps to generate mailbox report in Exchange Reporter Plus:

  1. Go to the Reporting  tab on the top pane.
  2. Navigate to Exchange Server > Mailboxes > General Reports > Mailbox Enabled Users report   (for Exchange Server).
  3. Note: Navigate toExchange Online > Mailbox Reports > General Mailbox Reports > Mailbox Users report (for Exchange Online).

  4. Enter the Exchange organization or Office 365 tenantfor which you want to generate the report.
  5. Choose the domains to get domain-wise results (for Exchange Online).

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The Exchange Reporter Plus exclusives:

  • Report Scheduling:  Schedule reports to generate them automatically and send them to concerned authorities such as IT admins and managers through email.
  • Quick access and export options: Add reports as favourites to access them easily and export reports to different file formats such as PDF, HTML, XLS and CSV.
  • Filter and alerting options: Add or remove columns from the report generated to view information relevent to your needs. Use advanced filters options available to customize your search and configure alerts for auditing and monitoring reports and receive immediate notifications through email or SMS.
  • Technician Delegation: Delegate different reports to different technicians. Have control over who gets access to what.
  • Easy-to-analyse reports: Generate reports on periodic basis, per domain basis, tenant-wise or get an overall summary as you choose. Get graphical and dashboard representation of complex analytical data.

To know more about how Exchange Reporter Plus complements and redefines other Exchange and PowerShell tasks, click here.

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