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Exchange 2010 Output Powershell Command to CSV

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I am unable to use the below script and export a usable CSV file.

Get-Mailbox UserAlias | Get-MailboxFolderStatistics | Where {$_.ItemsInFolder -gt 1} | Sort-Object -Property ItemsInFolder -Descending | fl Identity, ItemsInFolder | export-csv c:\transfer\exchangeuserstats.csv

If I remove  '| export-csv c:\transfer\exchangeuserstats.csv' it outputs to the screen fine.

The export to CSV likes like the below.

#TYPE Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.Internal.Format.FormatStartData
"ClassId2e4f51ef21dd47e99d3c952918aff9cd","pageHeaderEntry","pageFooterEntry","autosizeInfo","shapeInfo","groupingEntry"
"033ecb2bc07a4d43b5ef94ed5a35d280",,,,"Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.Internal.Format.ListViewHeaderInfo",
"9e210fe47d09416682b841769c78b8a3",,,,,
"27c87ef9bbda4f709f6b4002fa4af63c",,,,,
"27c87ef9bbda4f709f6b4002fa4af63c",,,,,
"27c87ef9bbda4f709f6b4002fa4af63c",,,,,

How would I use the above command and export a CSV file that lists the folders and ItemsinFolder ?

FYI - Output to screen is typical to the below.
Identity : xxx.lan/Active Users/Hartford/Hartford Users/User Name\Sent Items
ItemsInFolder : 7

Thanks for your assistance.
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Try the command like this instead;

Get-Mailbox UserAlias | Get-MailboxFolderStatistics | Where {$_.ItemsInFolder -gt 1} | Sort-Object -Property ItemsInFolder -Descending | Select Identity, ItemsInFolder | export-csv c:\transfer\exchangeuserstats.csv -notype
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by:SieQ
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LindyS is right,
use select instead of format-list
select Identity, ItemsInFolder - NOT fl Identity, ItemsInFolder
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Worked perfect, thanks for the quick and accurate response.
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