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I am currently working in an Office 365 hybrid environment. I did a Get-Mailbox and Get-MailboxStatistics on my own mailbox and discovered that the value of originatingserver is different for each command.

Does anyone know why?

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Is your mailbox hosted on-premises or in O365?
Since Office 365 is running a huge DAG for Exchange things do move around. Also note that multiple servers in the same virtual Exchange organisation in Office 365 could respond for your mailbox.

  • Thanks. Despite the different values of originatingserver, the database names are the same. – J Lee Feb 6 at 1:00
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The originating server property should be the name of the server that was queried to get the information, it is not a property of the object itself.

In my on-premise Exchange server, it would return DC server name with “Get-mailbox”, while Exchange server name with “Get-MailboxStatistics”.

  • Thanks. When I was working in Exchange On-premise, I didn't bother to check originatingserver because there was only one Exchange Server. – J Lee Feb 6 at 1:03

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