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I'm new to powershell, and am looking for a way to modify a line of script so the output will be in alphabetical order. Currently, the output appears as a column of users in no order. I would prefer to see the ouput arranged alphabetically. Here is the script code in question.

Get-User -DomainController $SrcDC.SelectedItem -Credential $Remote |
Where-Object {$_.RecipientType -match "UserMailbox"}|
ForEach-Object {$SrcMx.Items.Add($_.Name)}
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