Steve Goodman of stevieg.org has created a script that would give you a visual overview of your Exchange environment. The script generates a report that gives you an overview of your environment, Exchange 2003, 2007, 2010 servers and database availability groups – in particular:

  • Total Servers per Exchange version & service pack
  • Total Mailboxes per Exchange version & service pack
  • Totals for Exchange roles across the environment
  • A site-by-site breakdown for the following:
    • Mailboxes per site
    • Exchange servers, version, update rollup  and version, service level, highlighted installed roles, OS version and service pack
  • A breakdown of each Database Availability Group including:
    • DAG name, member count and member list
    • Database information such as
      • Name
      • Mailboxes per database and Average Size
      • Archive mailboxes per database and Average Size only shown if a DB includes Archive mailboxes
      • Database and whitespace size
      • Database and log disk free space percentage
      • Last full backup date/time (new) – only shown if at least one DAG DB has had a full backup
      • Circular Logging state (new) only shown if at least one DAG DB has circular logging enabled
      • Server hosting the active copy
      • List of servers hosting copies and copy count
  • A breakdown of Non-DAG databases including Exchange 2007 and 2003 DBs, including the database information above, along with Storage Group name (where applicable).

The script doesn’t support detailed information about Exchange 2007/2003 CCR/SCC clusters, but these are shown as ClusMBX in the output. At the moment, the script doesn’t show Public Folder information.

Head over to his site for downloading the script and for usage instructions.

– Thanks, Jinesh.

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