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Exchange 2007 MailBoxes statistic with these informations: Display Name, Email, Mailbox Size, OU

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Hi,

I need to get Exchange 2007 MailBoxes statistic with these informations: Display Name, Email, Mailbox Size, OU

Does it exist a script or prog for that?
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Try this Powershell Command:

C:\Windows\system32>Get-MailboxStatistics -server ServerName | Sort-Object TotalItemSize -Descending | ft DisplayName,TotalItemSize,ItemCount,LegacyDN > C:\\Mailboxstatshelp.txt
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Hi Habeeb,

Thanks for your reply but I already tried the link and the Get-MailboxStatistics cmd... the prob is I also need the email adr of each user and Get-MailboxStatistics doesn't able to do that.
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Finally I combine both commands: Get-MailBox + Get-MailboxStatistics to obtain what I want. Thanks for your help.
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