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Mailbox databases are the heart of Exchange Server 2007 With the Mailbox server role, the reason storage groups exist is to host the mailbox databases Exchange Server natively allows MAPI access to mailboxes in each database The reason why Hub Transport servers exist is to relay messages to and from mailboxes in these databases; Client Access servers allow various front ends for MAPI access; Unified Messaging servers allow voice access as well as inbound faxes and voicemail destined for these mailbox databases This section of the chapter focuses on the mailbox database administration itself, whereas storage group and individual mailbox administration are detailed elsewhere in this chapter
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Adding Mailbox Databases
The default installation of Exchange Server 2007 automatically creates one mailbox database in the First Storage Group, called the mailbox database In small deployments where the single mailbox database is sufficient, the self-explanatory name is helpful Although a combination of up to five mailbox databases and public folder databases could be added per storage group, the recommended best practice is to utilize a 1:1 ratio with each storage group hosting just one database In fact, in order to benefit from Local Continuous Replication (LCR) on the storage group (for the database), there must be only one database per storage group
EMS: New-MailboxDatabase
The EMS New-MailboxDatabase cmdlet may be used in two ways, with a different form of syntax for each purpose The first form is used to create a new mailbox database from scratch The two required parameters are Name and StorageGroup Note that the StorageGroup parameter may be either literally supplied or piped in from a preceding cmdlet
New-MailboxDatabase -Name <String> -StorageGroup <StorageGroupIdParameter> [-EdbFilePath <EdbFilePath>] [-DomainController <Fqdn>] [-HasLocalCopy <$true | $false>] [-CopyEdbFilePath <EdbFilePath>] [-OfflineAddressBook <OfflineAddressBookIdParameter>] [-PublicFolderDatabase <DatabaseIdParameter>] [-TemplateInstance <PSObject>] [<CommonParameters>]
The -EdbFilePath parameter defaults to %programfiles%\Microsoft\Exchange Server\ Mailbox\<Storage Group name>\<Database name>edb Yet when explicitly specified, an alternate value may be supplied The common parameters supported by NewMailboxDatabase are -Verbose, -Debug, -ErrorAction, -ErrorVariable, and -OutVariable An example with only the StorageGroup and Name parameters uses the default for the Exchange database (EDB) file path
New-MailboxDatabase -StorageGroup "E2K7-MB-01\First Storage Group" ' -Name "Marketing Mailboxes"
In this example, the EDB file path would effectively be:
%programfiles%\ Microsoft\ Exchange Server\ Mailbox\ First Storage Group\ Marketing Mailboxesedb
With the primary instance of the database mounted under P:\Marketing\, the syntax would be:
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New-MailboxDatabase -StorageGroup "E2K7-MB-01\First Storage Group" ' -Name "Marketing Mailboxes" -EdbFilePath "P:\Marketing\Marketing Mailboxesedb"
In this example, the EDB file path would effectively be:
P:\ Marketing\ Marketing Mailboxesedb
If the path C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Mailbox\First Storage Group \Marketing\ is the mount point for the Retrieval and Information Database (RAID) volume to be used to house the database for the marketing department s mailboxes, assuming that the $exinstall PowerShell variable is C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\, the following notation could be used to create the new mailbox database:
New-MailboxDatabase -StorageGroup "E2K7-MB-01\First Storage Group" ' -Name "Marketing Mailboxes" ' -EdbFilePath "${exinstall}Mailbox\First Storage Group\Marketing\Marketing Mailboxesedb"
In this example, the EDB file path would effectively be:
%programfiles%\ Microsoft\ Exchange Server\ Mailbox\ First Storage Group\ Marketing\ Marketing Mailboxesedb
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Yet, using a variable for the First Storage Group in this example (although any storage group is possible), the EdbFilePath parameter to New-MailboxDatabase is much shorter The following EMS fragment shows an example of this:
$fsg="${exinstall}Mailbox\First Storage Group\" New-MailboxDatabase ' -EdbFilePath "${fsg}Marketing\Marketing Mailboxesedb"
Going one step further, a handle to the actual storage group (First Storage Group in this example) can be obtained via the Get-StorageGroup cmdlet Then the LogFolderPath PathName can be obtained and used as in the previous script Note that we ve included the trailing backslash (\) for the folder path in order to be consistent with the ${exinstall} value s format
$fsgh=get-storagegroup "First Storage Group" $fsg = $fsghLogFolderPathPathName + "\" New-MailboxDatabase ' -EdbFilePath "${fsg}Marketing\Marketing Mailboxesedb"
Many more ways of using New-MailboxDatabase in conjunction with other cmdlets, commands, and variables are possible These few brief examples are intended to illustrate that not all parameters need be literal The New-MailboxDatabase cmdlet has another syntax specifically designed for recovering mailbox databases The only two required parameters are MailboxDatabaseToRecover and StorageGroup
New-MailboxDatabase [-Name <String>] -MailboxDatabaseToRecover <DatabaseIdParameter> -StorageGroup <StorageGroupIdParameter> [-DomainController <Fqdn>] [-EdbFilePath <EdbFilePath>] [-TemplateInstance <PSObject>] [<CommonParameters>]
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