Get-QueueDigest in Exchange 2013 (PowerShell)

Get-QueueDigest in Exchange 2013 (PowerShell)

Article Summary: Get-QueueDigest in Exchange 2013 (PowerShell)

Exchange 2013 adds a new queue cmdlet named Get-QueueDigest. This cmdlet allows you to view information about some or all of the queues in your Exchange organization by using a single command. Specifically, the Get-QueueDigest cmdlet allows you to view information about queues based on their location on servers, in DAGs, in Active Directory sites, or in the whole Active Directory forest



Dag,Server, orSite

These parameters are mutually exclusive, and set the scope for the cmdlet. You need to specify one of these parameters or the Forest switch. Typically, you would use the name of the server, DAG or Active Directory site, but you can use any value that uniquely identifies the server, DAG, or site. You can specify multiple servers, DAGs, or sites separated by commas.


This switch is required if you aren't using the Dag, Server, or Site parameters. You don't specify a value with this switch. By using this switch, you get queues from all Exchange 2013 Mailbox servers in the Active Directory forest. You can't use the Forest switch to view queues in remote Active Directory forests.


This parameter accepts the values None, Normal, and Verbose. The default value is Normal. When you use the value None, the queue name is omitted from the Details column in the results.


This parameter allows you to filter queues based on the queue properties. You can use any of the filterable queue properties


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Article ID: SLN290707

Last Date Modified: 03/17/2014 12:00 AM

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