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We have a lot of email attachments from D365 stored in a Blob Storage. I need to make an analysis of type and size of all the files stored, since most of it is smal png and jpg from signatures and logos in emails.
When I log onto the Blob Storage true Azure Data Explorer I can see information like size of the files, but not the extension of the file. But when I connect to the storage with Excel i can't see the file size attribute, but here I can see the file extension.
Is there anyone who knows how I can see the file size attribute in Excel when connected to Azure Blob Storage?
According to your description, your main question is about Azure blob storage.
To get quick response, I recommend you to post your question to Azure blob storage forum.
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