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The Exchange reports seem to indicate only those users who fulfill the conditions of the report but not the values.

So the size limit report shows who has a limit but not what the limit is.

Is this correct?

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Hello,

Yes, you are correct.

As a workaround, you may configure the following AD properties to be displayed in reports: mDBStorageQuota, mDBOverQuotaLimit, mDBOverHardQuotaLimit. But keep in mind that if you do that, they will be displayed in all types of AD reports.

Here's a tutorial on how to accomplish that: Configure Columns in Active Directory Object Lists.

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