RE: Old Users

  • From: Roger Mackenzie <r.mackenzie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'[ExchangeList]'" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2005 12:41:22 +0100

    You're not familiar or do not have access to Exchange 5.5 Administrator?
If you do have access to this run it against your 5.5 server, expand your
organisation/configuration/servers container. Pick a 5.5 server, open the
private information store and you'll find logons and mailbox resources.
Ideally the mailbox resources should be empty. Take the view menu, mark
hidden recipients and check this is also empty.
Regards, Roger Mackenzie (Glasgow University)


From: Sian Clarke [mailto:Sian.Clarke@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: 15 April 2005 12:36
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Old Users

Hi People,



Firstly, Friday greetings to you all :o)


And secondly, I need your help.  We're shutting down an old EX5.5 box very
shortly and I would like to find out how many active mailboxes we have on
there.  What I'd like is a list of users with mailboxes on this server
together with their last logon date.  We're running a 2000 AD with EX5.5 in
a trusted NT4 legacy domain.  I thought about using DSQUERY, but am unsure
of the correct syntax.  Can any of you guys help?



Many thanks in advance,





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