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How to show all current mailbox size and prohibit to send quota by using Exchange cmdlet?
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"Username,ProhibitSendQuota,MailboxSize" > c:\users.csv

$users = get-mailbox
$users | foreach { $user,$prohibit =$_.alias,$_.prohibitsendquota
$size = (get-mailboxstatistics $user).totalitemsize
"$user,$prohibit,$size" >> c:\users.csv}

Will do it for you and output to C:\users.csv. You can change the filename how you want it.
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