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Office 365 Powershell- How to find All users with Exchange Online disabled

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Need a Powershell one-liner to find all users with the Exchange Online disabled
-DisabledPlans:EXCHANGE_S_STANDARD
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Question by:Anthony K O365
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by:Anthony K O365
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Once found, how can I enable?
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by:Vasil Michev (MVP)
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Do you mean all users that DO have license but have the Exchange plan disabled, or any user that does not have an Exchange plan enabled, regardless of other plans?
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by:Anthony K O365
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They DO have a license but the Exchange Online is disabled.
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Vasil Michev (MVP) earned 1500 total points
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OK, so if you insist on one-liner:

Get-MsolUser -All | ? {$_.Licenses.AccountSKUid -eq "tenant:ENTERPRISEPACK" -and ($_.CloudExchangeRecipientDisplayType -eq $null -or $_.CloudExchangeRecipientDisplayType -eq "6") } 

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Replace the relevant SKU. The logic is to look at all the accounts that have the SKU assigned and use the CloudExchangeRecipientDisplayType to get only users without a valid mailbox (shared mailboxes are also excluded, even if they have license - the CloudExchangeRecipientDisplayType value for them is 0; UserMailbox is 1073741824)

If you want to do it a bit more detailed, I'd go for something like this:

$sku = (Get-MsolAccountSku) | ? {$_.ServiceStatus.ServicePlan.ServiceName -eq "EXCHANGE_S_STANDARD"}
$index = ($sku).ServiceStatus.ServicePlan.ServiceName.IndexOf("EXCHANGE_S_STANDARD")
Get-MsolUser -All | ? { ($_.Licenses) -and ($_.Licenses[-1].ServiceStatus[$index].Provisioningstatus -eq "Disabled") -and ($_.Licenses.AccountSkuId -eq $sku.AccountSkuId)}

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There's still room for improvement, as it might give incomplete results if you have more than two SKUs assigned to a user (tested only with E3 and CRM ones).
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by:Anthony K O365
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Visil,

After changing the SKU in this script, nothing returned. Again, just to clarify: I have a few users with assigned SKU's but the Exchange part is unchecked (disabled). I want to find those users only.

thanks!!
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by:Vasil Michev (MVP)
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The script runs fine for me, both do. Make sure you are indeed filtering only users with the correct SKU. If you are using E1 license, it will be tenant:STANDARDPACK, not tenant:ENTERPRISEPACK
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by:Anthony K O365
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Thank you!
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