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Office 365 report of which users haven’t logged in for over 30, 60, and 90 days

Hi all,
I am going to find out which users haven’t logged in for over 30, 60, and 90 daysexport a list of all your Office 365 Mailbox enabled users Last Logon Date/Time to a CSV file.

I also used the article below but it kept giving me errors.

http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Export-Office-365-User-7fc0b73f

Do you have any idea to get this report?
Thanks,
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dongocdung
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footechCommented:
Provide the errors you're getting and I may be able to help you to run that script.
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dongocdungAuthor Commented:
PS C:\Users\lly\Downloads> .\Get-LastLogonStats.ps1 -Office365Username admin2@company.onmicrosoft.com -Office365Password P@ssword -useridfile "c:\importfile\inputfile.csv"

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 this script can potentially harm your computer. Do you want to run
C:\Users\lly\Downloads\Get-LastLogonStats.ps1?
[D] Do not run  [R] Run once  [S] Suspend  [?] Help (default is "D"): r
WARNING: Your connection has been redirected to the following URI:
"https://pod51044psh.outlook.com/powershell-liveid?PSVersion=3.0 "
WARNING: The names of some imported commands from the module 'tmp_fsbf3005.fn5'
 include unapproved verbs that might make them less discoverable. To find the
commands with unapproved verbs, run the Import-Module command again with the
Verbose parameter. For a list of approved verbs, type Get-Verb.
Cannot process argument transformation on parameter 'Identity'. Cannot convert
value "" to type
"Microsoft.Exchange.Configuration.Tasks.GeneralMailboxOrMailUserIdParameter".
Error: "Parameter values of type
Microsoft.Exchange.Configuration.Tasks.GeneralMailboxOrMailUserIdParameter
can't be empty. Specify a value, and try again.
Parameter name: identity"
    + CategoryInfo          : InvalidData: (:) [Get-MailboxStatistics], Parame
   terBindin...mationException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : ParameterArgumentTransformationError,Get-Mailbox
   Statistics
    + PSComputerName        : pod51044psh.outlook.com
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footechCommented:
Looks like you have a blank line in your input file.  However, your output file should still be generated.
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dongocdungAuthor Commented:
I used this command to get a list of all users who are inactive.

Get-mailbox -resultsize unlimited| Get-MailboxStatistics | select displayname, lastlogontime

However, i want this list only for 30 days, 60 days, and 90 days. How can I modify the command below to get desired list.
Thanks,
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footechCommented:
Here's an example for 30 days.
Get-Mailbox -resultsize unlimited | Get-MailboxStatistics | Where {$_.LastLogonTime -lt (Get-Date).AddDays(-30)} | select displayname, lastlogontime

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dongocdungAuthor Commented:
I used this command and the got some result more than 30 days

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footechCommented:
Exactly.  It lists users whose last logon is more than 30 days ago.
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dongocdungAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your help.
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