Is there any way to get the Mailbox Size Column back into EMC for Exchange 2010?

Is there any way to get the Mailbox Size Column  back into EMC for Exchange 2010?

From my understanding its been removed since 2007, but i was curious to know if there were any hacks to get this information back into EMC.

Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
checkmofoshodunoAsked:
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mass2612Commented:
Hi,

Try this one out for you. I don't worry about it I just write a PShell script to output it to csv.

Mailbox Size Gui - Exchange 2010 Remote Powershell version
http://gsexdev.blogspot.com/2010/03/mailbox-size-gui-exchange-2010-remote.html
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azmatshaikhCommented:
Using GUI
>>To view a user mailbox size using the GUI follow the steps below:
>>Open Exchange EMC -> Recipient Configuration -> Mailbox ->
>>Double click on the user name.
>>In the General tab you can see the User’s mailbox information including Size, number of items, mailbox database and more.

Using Power Shell
>>If you just need to view a user mailbox size use this cmdlet:
>>Get-mailboxstatistics –identity ‘test1'
>>Get-mailboxstatistics –server srv2010mbx
>>Get-mailboxstatistics –database ‘corporate users’
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checkmofoshodunoAuthor Commented:
I want it in EMC. :D

so i can easily view it and choose mailboxes to move from one db to another depending on their mailbox size. :)
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mass2612Commented:
Nope. These are the best options. Of course there may be a 3rd party monitoring tool that has this in a GUI but I have not seen one.
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