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I need to collect the below info in my Exchange 2010 server: firstname, lastname, loginname/UPN, itemcount, totalitemsize, storagelimitstatus, databasename, mailbox server.  I have tried this command but not able to make it to work:

get-mailboxstatistics -server myexchangeserver | sort-object totalitemsize -descending | ft firstname,lastname,.......

Please advise.  

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There is no firstname/lastname/UPN parameter for the get-mailboxstatistics output, you have to get them from a calculated property or similar. Something like:

| select @{n="UPN";e={(Get-Mailbox $_.MailboxGuid.Guid).UserPrincipalName}},ItemCount,TotalItemSize | sort TotalItemSize

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I just tried the below but it still doesnt work.  

get-mailboxstatistics -server myexchangeserver | sort-object totalitemsize -descending | select @{n="UPN";e={(Get-Mailbox $_.MailboxGuid.Guid).UserPrincipalName}},ItemCount,TotalItemSize | sort TotalItemSize
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by:Vasil Michev (MVP)
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Well, check what the relevant properties are on-prem, I run this example against O365. I think the MailboxGuid wasnt available as output on-prem, so you might have to replace it with Guid or Identity or similar. What's the output of get-mailboxstatistics for a single user?
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Please try this and let me know.
Get-Mailbox -ResultSize Unlimited | sort-object | Select-Object DisplayName,UserPrincipalName,@{n="MailboxSizeMB";e = {$MBXstat = Get-MailboxStatistics $_.Displayname; $MBXstat.TotalItemSize.Value.ToMB()}},@{n="Mailcount";e = {$MBXstat = Get-MailboxStatistics $_.Displayname; $MBXstat.ItemCount}} | sort Mailcount

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The command seems to works.  Thanks.  But I see errors - see attached.

Please advise again.
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Hi,
That warning is due to user is not logged on to the  mailbox.
You can ignore that.

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I believe this can be closed as per the comment (ID:41772849)  from the author.

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