1. To get a list of all arbitration mailboxes in this database, run the command Get-Mailbox -Database -Arbitration. This will show you all user mailboxes stored on your first database. Reply Shane Jackson says: 2014-11-14 at 17:08 Reblogged this on Shane Jackson IT Pro. So, now I'm back to needing to turn off this Exchange server.

    Browse to EMC>Recipient Configuration>Mailbox Create a filter Database>Equal>DBName and Apply filter. Then try to run the following and see what the results are Powershellget-mailbox -database "name_of_DB" -Arbitration | fl name     -Jay 1 Jalapeno OP the_joey_o Nov 6, If it barks, then my guess would be the retention period hasn't yet expired. Move-Mailbox "SystemMailbox{1f05a927-3be2-4fb9-aa03-b59fe3b56f4c}"  -Arbitration -TargetDatabase DB02 Move-Mailbox "SystemMailbox{e0dc1c29-89c3-4034-b678-e6c29d823ed9}"  -Arbitration -TargetDatabase DB02                 This entry was posted on Tuesday, May 19th, 2009 at 2:27 pm and is filed under

    I am guessing in the shell I can use set-mailpublicfolder Thanks Phil Reply Crue says September 25, 2014 at 7:23 am You can use "[PS] C:\>cd $exscripts" to get to the