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Check_mbxSize

Current Version
0.1
Last Release Date
2016-03-06
Compatible With
  • Nagios 4.x
  • Nagios XI
License
GPL
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3616
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Check_mbxSize
Powershell script that will allow you to monitor size of one Exchange mailbox.
Mailbox can be passed as parameter or "hardcoded" inside script.
It should cover situations with mailbox send/recieve quota set to 'unlimited', if you have send/recieve quota set to some numeric value on mailbox, or if mailbox uses database send/recieve quota settings.
I am using it for monitoring of journal mailbox size.
It is showing performance data, also.
Written in few hours (beware I am not software developer :) ) so feel free to use it and improve.
Reviews (1)
I am monitoring the mailboxes and it is working excellent! however, my app continuously polls the mailboxes and retrieves the email/attachments. therefore, most readings are going to be zero, unless the app is down or broken, then mails would build up in mailbox. I need to look at the delete folder of the mailbox so I can monitor an increase in emails, example, in a days time, mails will be processed, mailbox empty, delete folder increases. so if it doesn't increase we know there is a problem at the clients side.
thank you