What is the proper way to find out what user mailboxes have exceeded quotas in Unity Connection 9.1? I have users receiving NDRs from people who are either out for an extended period of time or who just do not manage their boxes. I know the users will get messages in the Web Inbox and the callers leaving them messages will get NDRs but, as the administrator what can I see??? There are no quota reports... I've read these warnings can be viewed in RTMT but, nothing is very clear about how to view them and yes I set my self up with the Audit Admin role. IMHO this is a very important information that every Unity admin needs to know. I cannot rely on the users to manage their quotas nor can I expect everyone to call me with the Unity mailbox user name when they receive and NDR voice mail. Please help!
You can get a CSV output of all the mailbox sizes, quota sizes as well as age of messages of various types and a number of other items you might find useful if you're looking for "dead" mailboxes or the like.
normally sorting by the mailbox size is going to get you a pretty succinct list to look at - but if you need something more custom and targeted than that you can look at the Python Scripting Host - I have several examples of reports and it'd be very easy to run one that only kicked out a list of users that exceeded one of the quotas (presumably warning level or higher) into a list:
Like User Data Dump you can schedule it to run and email you the output - so you can run this every week, say, and have it pop a nice list of users to go check (or yell at or whatever) show up in your inbox on a regular basis.
The User Data Dump util works pretty well! Actually, now I am also able to list System Distribution List membership. Another worthy report that is not available. I look forward to any other solutions especially how to view this in RTMT. I may look into the PythonScriptingHost util as well. I like the customization aspect.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.