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What's the cmdlet for exporting mailbox sizes including OU

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Dears;

I need a cmdlet with exchange power shell that exports mailboxes size and ProhibitSendQuota for a specified OU in csv file and the result be  organized from the large mailbox size to the small i tried the below command but when i export it to csv file it comes with bad data ( displays the display name just random numbers and characters and everything else is not displayed )

get-mailbox -organizationalunit "precast factory" | get-mailboxstatistics | ft Displa
yName, TotalItemSize, ItemCount | export-csv "c:\report.csv"

so please someone provide me the right cmdlet that meets the above request

Thanks in advance
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Try following
get-mailbox -organizationalunit "precast factory" | get-mailboxstatistics | select DisplayName, TotalItemSize, ItemCount | export-csv "c:\report.csv"

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Get-Mailbox -ResultSize Unlimited | where {$_.OrganizationalUnit -eq 'domain\OU'}| Format-Table Displaynamealias,issuewarningquota,prohibitsendquota,prohibitsendreceivequota, @{Label='Size(MB)';expression={$mbx=get-mailboxstatistics -identity $_;$mbx.totalitemsize.value.toMB()}} >c:\GroupMailboxquota_1.csv

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the answer wasn't complete cause no send prohibit or receive on the command
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