Getting A List Of All Resource Mailboxes In Exchange

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Exchange brings in the concept of resource mailboxes – room and equipment mailboxes. The AD accounts associated with these mailboxes will be disabled automatically for security. You can see the resource mailboxes in the EMC along with all other mailboxes. You can also set filtering to list only resource mailboxes in the console.

But, how can we do it in the shell?

In order to list all the resource mailboxes in your organization, run the command below.

Get-Mailbox | Where-object { $_.IsResourceeq ‘true’ }

To list all room mailboxes, run any one command,

Get-Mailbox –RecipientTypeDetails RoomMailbox

Get-Mailbox | Where-Object { $_.IsResourcetypeeq ‘room’ }

To list all equipment mailboxes, run any one command,

Get-Mailbox –RecipientTypeDetails EquipmentMailbox

Get-Mailbox | Where-Object { $_.IsResourcetypeeq ‘equipment’ }

Please let me know if you have any questions in the comments section.

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