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Exchange 2010 - How to monitor Exchange Health

There are several ways to monitor Exchange Server

In precedent article I mentioned powershell script for that purpose on Exchange 2013 server.

1. you can at first remotely execute this commands

Test-ServiceHealth SERVERNAME
Test-ServiceHealth br-ex2010-mb | ft Role,RequiredServicesRunning -auto

Get-ExchangeServer | Test-ServiceHealth | ft Role,RequiredServicesRunning -auto

Get-MailboxDatabase -Status | ft name,last* -auto

Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus | fl name, contentindexstate

(Get-DatabaseAvailabilityGroup) | ForEach {$_.Servers | ForEach {Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus -Server $_}}

Test-MapiConnectivity - server SERVERNAME

Test-MailFlow between two databases/servers

2. Generate Health Report for an Exchange Server 2016/2013/2010 Environment

This PowerShell script performs a series of health checks on Exchange Server 2010 and 2013 Database Availability Groups and then outputs the results to screen or HTML email.

3. Here they are full Microsoft List scripts:

4. Exchange 2010 Health Check

The purpose of this PowerShell script is to send a report on the health of various areas of the Microsoft Exchange 2010 environment.  This script should work with PowerShell 2.0 and later.This script is designed so that it can be run in an automated fashion from a Scheduled Task.


Consider that these scripts can be scheduled to monitor continuously


[update -1]

Test-ReplicationHealth servername

Get-ClientAccessServer | Test-MRSHealth | Fl check,Passed,Identity,IsValid
Get-ClientAccessServer | Test-MRSHealth

Interesting article:

[update 2]

scheduled task syntax

"C:\_Script_Monitoring\Test-ExchangeServerHealth_1_0.ps1 -SendEmail -ReportMode -Log"


My scheduled task settings for this script are:

•Run whether user is logged on or not

•Run with highest privileges

•Action: Start a program 

•Program: powershell.exe


-command “C:\Scripts\ExchangeServerHealth\Test-ExchangeServerHealth.ps1 -Log -SendEmail”


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