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Total item count in mailboxes based on MessageClass script

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I want to be able to get a total item count , of messages that match a specifc MessageClass in Exchange 2007 mailboxes (actually want to run this against the org/all Storage Groups)

Can't seem to figure out how to do it with powershell
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