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get-mailboxfolderstatistics filtering for calendar

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We have a policy where we remove items from users calendars after 2 years.  I am trying to figure out the current size of the calendar, and also what the size would be if we only kept 1 year worth of data.

This syntax gets the the size of the calendar in MB:
get-mailbox e144534 -resultsize unlimited | Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -folderscope calendar |  select-object Identity,itemsinfolder,@{Name="FolderSize MB";expression={$_.folderSize.toMB()}} | FT -autosize

How can I add a filter that gives me this data for items less than a year old?

Thanks!

Susan
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The CmdLet for Exchange 2007 doesn't have that kind of functionality, Exchange 2010 may (via the IncludeAnalysis parameter), however, I have not been able to test this to verify whether or not it returns sufficient information.

This CmdLet isn't the only option, but it is the simplest by a long way.

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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program.  See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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