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    Query to select which mailboxes are in which database

    Dow anyone have a query to select which mailboxes are in which database?

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    on what exchange?

    which version?

    you can do easily in the gui (from 2007) but can't remember the exact command

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    Glennda.
    Thanks for you reply.
    EX2007.
    What you call 'easily' I see as 'non-existing'. Can you show me how to GUI this inf.?

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    If you go into the Management console - then select recipient config - mailbox. Then at the top of the main window select create filter (see image below). You can then choose from the first drop down database then equals and choose a DB. (see other image)

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    Well that is overtly intuitive and obviously placed way of doing it isn't. Boy they just put that piece of info right out there didn't they. haha
    Thanks. Your answer is right on.
    I've never had to use the filter before. Kind of forgotten to even notice it any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevesl View Post
    Well that is overtly intuitive and obviously placed way of doing it isn't. Boy they just put that piece of info right out there didn't they. haha
    Thanks. Your answer is right on.
    I've never had to use the filter before. Kind of forgotten to even notice it any more.
    yup i've been using it recently so i knew it!

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