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Combine Get-MailboxFolderStatistics and Get-Mailbox

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Hey folks.

I've recently been asked to slightly amend a simple Exchange Management Shell one-liner I put together a while ago.

It goes like this:

"ServerName" | Get-MailboxServer | Get-Mailbox -ResultSize unlimited | Get-MailboxFolderStatistics | where {$_.ItemsInFolder -gt 4700} | Sort-object -descending ItemsInFolder | ft Identity, FolderPath, ItemsInFolder, @{Label="FolderSize(MB)";expression={$_.FolderSize.ToMB()} }, @{Label="FolderSize(MB)";expression={$_.FolderAndSubfolderSize.ToMB()} } -a | out-file C:\ServerName-HighItemCount.txt -width 750

It will get the mailbox server, get each mailbox on said server and then get mailbox folder statistics where ItemsInFolder is greater than 4700 items.  It'll sort the output descending by ItemsInFolder and dump out several other properties of the object.

However, what Get-MailboxFolderStatistics does not do is show the Database or StorageGroup property of the mailbox.  So, is there a way I can sort combine the two to show the StorageGroup property of the mailbox in question??  Perhaps with a variable?

Any help is much appreciated.

Cheers,
Matt
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