Get-PublicFolderStatistics Property

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    Need to know what the Get-PublicFolderStatistics property "LastUserAccessTime" refers to and how it is different from the property "LastAccessTime"

    I am trying to sort through all of my public folders and I want to know which ones have not been used in a period of time. LastAccessTime shows they get access every morning but I gather that is due to the daily database maintenance. I am wondering if "LastUserAccessTime" shows when a user actually used the folder.


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    Unfortunately, I don't have an Exchange machine handy to test on, and I'm not seeing anything documented anywhere. I'd guess that you're on the right track with your thinking, but you'd need a way to test the theory – like finding a folder that doesn't get used often, checking the LastuserAccessTime, then having a user (like you) hit the folder and then checking it again to see if the property changed. If you do, please post back so others will know!

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    The difference between LastAccessTime and LastUserAccessTime is LastAccessTime is when the system/admin access the folder such as AV, replication. LastUserAccessTime is the correct one to use to find out when it is last access by a user.

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