Exchange: list mailbox folders size and items count


As Exchange Administrator, if you want to find out any user’s mailbox size information by folder and number of items in each folder, you can to the right place. Here is the PowerShell Command to list the folders, number of items in the folder and size of the folders.

Replace the username@domain.com with user’s primarySMTPAddress.

(Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -Identity Username@Domain.com) |sort itemsinfolder -descending |ft folderpath,itemsinfolder,FolderSize

 

The results will look like this:

FolderPath                                       ItemsInFolder FolderSize
----------                                       ------------- ----------
/Inbox/Important_email                                 1907851 2.661 GB (2,857,213,378 bytes)
/Junk E-Mail                                            461173 1.801 GB (1,933,977,887 bytes)
/Inbox/S - Archived/KIRA                                 15085 539.8 MB (566,024,075 bytes)
/Deleted Items                                           12202 418.3 MB (438,663,132 bytes)
/Recoverable Items                                        9109 56.48 MB (59,219,680 bytes)
/Calendar                                                 3276 127.2 MB (133,343,630 bytes)
/Inbox/1 - Archived/Munchkins                             2558 48.49 MB (50,848,487 bytes)
/Sent Items                                               1355 45.74 MB (47,961,704 bytes)
/Inbox/0 - YOps Mist                                      1339 389.1 MB (408,029,942 bytes)
/Inbox/1 - Archive                                          1147 118 MB (123,761,904 bytes)
/Inbox/5 - Alerts                                          929 33.92 MB (35,571,617 bytes)
/Inbox/1 - Archive2                                        920 142.1 MB (149,002,073 bytes)

 

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