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Category: Exchange Server 2010

To view the build number for the version of Exchange 2010 or 2007  that you’re running, run the following command in the Exchange Management Shell:

Get-ExchangeServer | fl name,edition,admindisplayversion

Exchange Server 2010 SP3 build numbers

Product name Release date Build number
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3 (SP3) February 12, 2013 14.03.0123.004

Check your all other build numbers in this link:

Run the Get-MailboxStatistics Exchange Management Shell in Exchange server as below to get the output;

Get-MailboxStatistics -server srv-exch | Sort-Object TotalItemSize –Descending | ft DisplayName,@{ expression={$_.TotalItemSize.Value.ToKB()}},ItemCount

  • Value.To.MB – Generate in MegaBytes
  • My server name – srv-exch (put your server name)
  • Ascending or Descending – Do your choice

Get-MailboxStatistics -server srv-exch | Sort-Object TotalItemSize –Descending | ft DisplayName,@{ expression={$_.TotalItemSize.Value.ToKB()}},ItemCount > c:\temp\mailboxstats.txt

Where you can get text file in the path c:\temp\mailboxstats.txt

In my windows server 2008 R2 OS in the event viewer there is an error pertains Exchange Store DB Error 231 states-(at ’15/04/2013 5:00:14 PM’ the copy of Database ‘Recover DB’ on this server encountered an error during the mount operation. For more information, consult the Event Log on the server for “ExchangeStoreDb” or “MSExchangeRepl” events. The mount operation will be tried again automatically).

What is this error? and what is the actual remedy for this error? .. SOLUTION from Internet and it worked for me.

We had this problem after migrating to Exchange 2010 and then uninstalling Exchange 2003, eventhough replicas of public folders were moved to the new server. Errors would show in the Exchange System Manager, and the following message would occur:
MapiExceptionADPropertyError: Unable to mount database. (hr=0×80004005, ec=2418)

Open ADSI Edit, connect to a Domain Controller, change the context to Configuration.

Create the Folder Hierarchies under the Exchange Administrative Group

  1. Navigate to Configuration ⇒ Services ⇒ Microsoft Exchange ⇒ <Exchange Organization> ⇒ Administrative Groups
  2. Right click on <Exchange Administrative Group> and select New Object
  3. Select msExchPublicFolderTreeContainer as class and click Next
  4. Enter the following as value: Folder Hierarchies, click Next, Finish

Create the Public Folders Tree Object

  1. Right click Folder Hierarchies and select New Object
  2. Select msExchPFTree as class, click Next
  3. Enter the following as value: Public Folders, click Next
  4. Click on More Attributes button, select msExchPFTreeType and set the value to 1
  5. Click OK, Finish

Populate the msExchOwningPFTreeBL attribute object of the PF Store

  1. Double click the newly created “Public Folders” object
  2. Double click distinguishedName, copy the value to the clipboard, click Cancel
  3. Exchange 2007: open properties of Configuration ⇒ Services ⇒ Microsoft Exchange ⇒ <Exchange Organization> ⇒ Administrative Groups ⇒ <Exchange 2007 Administrative Group> ⇒ Servers ⇒ <Affected Exchange Server> ⇒ Information Store ⇒ <Storage Group> ⇒ <Public Folder Database>
  4. Exchange 2010: open properties of Configuration ⇒ Services ⇒ Microsoft Exchange ⇒ <Exchange Organization> ⇒ Administrative Groups ⇒ <Exchange 2010 Administrative Group> ⇒ Databases ⇒ <Public Folder Database>
  5. Double click the msExchOwningPFTree attribute, paste the value that was copied to the clipboard in step 2
  6. Click OK twice

Try to mount the Store

  1. Restart the Microsoft Exchange System Attendant Service
  2. Open Exchange System Manager and try to mount the PF store