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I am looking for a powershell command that will display all mailboxes in all servers databases and sort them by size, from the larger size to smaller size.

I know that this can be done by dumping the output to Excel file then using Excel to sort them put.

I wonder if there is powershell combination command that can achieve the same thing.

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Did you read those related articles before  that might help on your issue ?

http://exchangeserverpro.com/powershell-tip-get-list-top-exchange-server-mailboxes-size/
http://www.petri.co.il/create-exchange-2010-mailbox-size-reports-powershell.htm


Hope understand your question completely, if not please point it out

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Use the following command below to accomplish this...

get-mailbox -ResultSize "unlimited" | Get-MailboxStatistics | sort -Property TotalItemSize | se
lect Displayname, TotalItemSize, TotalDeletedItemSize

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get-mailbox -ResultSize "unlimited" | Get-MailboxStatistics | sort -Property TotalItemSize | se
lect Displayname, TotalItemSize, TotalDeletedItemSize


This worked...is there a switch to add to dump the output into a text file ?

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Yes... Use the following command below...

get-mailbox -ResultSize "unlimited" | Get-MailboxStatistics | sort -Property TotalItemSize | se
lect Displayname, TotalItemSize, TotalDeletedItemSize | out-file "c:\mailboxstats.txt"

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Excellent!!
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