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    Powershell script to get Mailbox Sizes in Exchange 2010

    Basically, all this does is run the Get-MailBoxStatistics cmdlet and export the results to a CSV file.

    Syntax: path\statistics.ps1 <<your-exch-server>>

    Eg: C:\Statistics.ps1 SERVER01

    this will create the following CSV File:

    C:\SERVER01-Stats.CSV

    Data Extracted:

    DisplayName, ItemCount, TotalItemSize (formated in MB's), StorageLimitStatus, Database

    This works on Exchange 2010, but I would imagine it'll also work on Exchnage 2007...
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