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Posted on 2012-04-10
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I have this script here which works well. I also have a command that I runs afterwards directly below. I would like to consolidate this into one script. The problem is I do not know how to gracefully end the foreach loop and then enter a new one to place this command in. For example if I have 4 users I would like for the script to run 4 times and as a last option run this command directly below. Any help would be appreciated, thanks.

get-content c:\list.txt | foreach { get-mailboxfolderstatistics -id $_ | select name, foldersize, itemsinfolder

}

Get-Content c:\list.txt |  foreach {Get-Mailboxstatistics -id $_ | foreach{ 
$mbx = $_ | select DisplayName, @{Label=’MailboxSize("MB")’;Expression={$_.TotalItemSize/1MB}}, ItemCount
$date_captured=get-date | select datetime
Get-Mailbox -id $_ | foreach{
$mbx | add-member -type noteProperty -name Alias -value $_.Alias
$mbx | add-member -type noteProperty -name ServerName -value $_.ServerName
$mbx | add-member -type noteProperty -name ProhibitSendReceiveQuota -value $_.ProhibitSendReceiveQuota
$mbx | add-member -type noteProperty -name UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults -value $_.UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults
$mbx | add-member -type noteProperty -name IssueWarningQuota -value $_.IssueWarningQuota



}



$mbx, $date_captured




$mbc

}}

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slidingfox earned 500 total points
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Try this. It'll write the output to C:\results.txt rather than to the screen. Because your outputting two different object types, the formatting of the output is a bit crazy when you write to the host. This is why I went for a txt file instead.

Hope it does what your after...
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Get-Content C:\list.txt |
    Foreach {
       
        $mbx = Get-Mailbox -id $_
        $mbxstats = Get-Mailboxstatistics -id $_ | select DisplayName,@{l=’MailboxSize(MB)’;e={$_.TotalItemSize/1MB}},ItemCount
        $fldstats = Get-Mailboxfolderstatistics -id $_ | select name,foldersize,itemsinfolder
        $date = Get-Date
       
        $out = New-Object -Type PSObject
        $out | add-member -type noteProperty -name Alias -value $mbx.Alias
        $out | add-member -type noteProperty -name DisplayName -value $mbxstats.DisplayName
        $out | add-member -type noteProperty -name ServerName -value $mbx.ServerName
        $out | add-member -type noteProperty -name ProhibitSendReceiveQuota -value $mbx.ProhibitSendReceiveQuota
        $out | add-member -type noteProperty -name UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults -value $mbx.UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults
        $out | add-member -type noteProperty -name IssueWarningQuota -value $mbx.IssueWarningQuota      
        $out | add-member -type noteProperty -name ’MailboxSize(MB)’ -value $mbxstats.’MailboxSize(MB)
        $out | add-member -type noteProperty -name ItemCount -value $mbxstats.ItemCount
       
        Write-Output $out | Out-File C:\Results.txt -append
        Write-Output $fldstats | Out-File C:\Results.txt -append
}
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by:techdrive
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You Sir are awesome. This works grrreeeaaatttt.
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by:slidingfox
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Glad it works for you. :)

If your happy with it, could you mark it as an accepted solution please.

Cheers.
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