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January 1, 2012 at 12:00 am

by PS-MAX at 2013-02-11 04:33:38

Hi,i wrote a ps script that will send me weekly a overview of my mailbox sizes.

that's my command:
Get-MailboxStatistics -DataBase MYDATABASE | Sort-Object TotalItemSize -Descending | ft DisplayName,@{label="TotalItemSize(MB)";expression={$_.TotalItemSize.Value.ToMB()}},ItemCount,StorageLimitStatus

All works fine but the output shows not the complete DisplayName

For Example the output for Mailbox Archives:

DisplayName TotalItemSize(MB) ItemCount StorageLimitStatus
----------- ----------------- --------- ------------------
Personal Archive... 16946 72937 BelowLimit
Personal Archive... 16832 71528 BelowLimit
Personal Archive... 14294 44922 BelowLimit
Personal Archive... 12737 13950 BelowLimit
Personal Archive... 12118 36644 BelowLimit

How can i configure to see the complete DisplayName of a mailbox?

thx
Max

by IfiokM at 2013-02-11 06:33:15

try using -autosize switch with Format-Table (FT).

by Takuu at 2013-02-11 06:53:54

when I run into this issue, I run into issues because of the width of the buffer/window size in the settings for Powershell. Just adding the -autosize parameter on your format-table cmdlet might work for you, depending on the length of the displayname property.

Here is what I found works, given that your displayname property might still be cut off due to length:

add the -autosize parameter, then pipe the result to Out-File and specify a -width that works (600 should be more than enough). You then have a tab delimited txt file that you can work with.

Get-MailboxStatistics -DataBase MYDATABASE |
Sort-Object TotalItemSize -Descending |
ft DisplayName,@{label="TotalItemSize(MB)";expression={$_.TotalItemSize.Value.ToMB()}},ItemCount,StorageLimitStatus -autosize |
Out-File C:\temp\results.txt -width 600

**edited first to put each pipe on a separate line**
**edited again for this: using format-table like I did above isn't recommended, as you now have a powershell table formatted object. I believe using select-object instead should be used if you are not using format-table as the last object in a PS command. The above, however, does work. **

by PS-MAX at 2013-02-12 02:17:20

Hi,

thx foor that.
-autosize works fine for me