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Using a cmdlet in exchange 2007, I need to get mailbox statistics for mobile users

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I can get mailbox info using Get-MailboxStatistics | ft DisplayName,TotalItemSize,ItemCount.  I can also use the command Get-ActiveSyncDeviceStatistics -Mailbox "mailboxname" to get mobile stats.

I know I can pipe the results from the first cmdlet into the second to get a listing of mobile devices.  I can not find the variable that will give me the "mailbox name"

does anyone know this command?
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Variable should be "-identity"
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That got me what I needed.  It is not in the format I want but I can live with it.  Thanks!
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Hi
I think you clicked the wrong link to close the question.
If you accept any answer as a solution, then please select that answer, allocate points and then close it

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