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looking for a script that can identify if user is on premise or cloud

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have a list of UPN's or email addresses in a csv format and looking to generate an output with location of mailbox... i.e prem or on cloud.
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Simply look at the recipient type details for the object on-prem, it should give you the relevant information.
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Unfortunately, Get-Mailbox will only get you a list of on premises mailboxes and not a list of Exchange Online mailboxes; and vice versa with Get-RemoteMailbox.

Therefore, you will need to use Get-Recipient to provide the informaiton you are looking for.  Similar to this...

Get-RecipientType | Select DisplayName,Alias,RecipientType,RecipientTypeDetails | Export-Csv C:\RecipientType.csv -NoTypeInformation

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