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Hi fellow experts,

We have an Office 365 environment with rich co-existence (on-site exchange 2010 for management) with our sub-domain on office 365 plus an additional domain.

I need to get mailbox sizes of the mailboxes in Office 365, but running "Get-Mailbox | Get-MailboxStatistics | Export-CSV C:\O365mailboxes.csv" only returns on-premise information, rather than the mailboxes within Office 365.

Any ideas, how I can accomplish this please?

Thanks.
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Thanks for the link. I found that yesterday, but it only returned on-premise mailboxes for some strange reason.
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This was achieved but I have no information how unfortunately.

we now use the better reporting interface in the web admin page
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Now resolved.
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