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need assistance with a powershell script to export out mailbox statistics for a number of users

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Can someone provide a way for me to run this script but add the "import-csv" option so that i can run it against multiple accounts? [100+]

here is the script that works perfectly for a single mailbox to export out folder statistics:
Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -id Joe_Smith | Select Identity,FolderSize,ItemsInFolder,NewestItemReceiveDate |Export-CSV c:\results.csv

thanks in advance!

Quest AD Cmdlet version would be fine as well

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Question by:siber1
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by:becraig
ID: 38865161
$accts = import-csv c:\accts.csv

$accts| foreach-object {do something}
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Subsun earned 500 total points
ID: 38865163
If you have the user list in text file then try..
GC c:\User.txt | %{
Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -id $_ | Select Identity,FolderSize,ItemsInFolder,NewestItemReceiveDate} | Export-Csv c:\report.csv -NoTypeInformation

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input file format..
UserA
UserB
UserC

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by:sedgwick
ID: 38865165
Assume u have user in each line u can run the following:

gc users.csv | %{
Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -id $_ | Select Identity,FolderSize,ItemsInFolder,NewestItemReceiveDate |Export-CSV c:\results.csv
}
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by:becraig
ID: 38865172
$accts = import-csv c:\accts.csv

$accts| foreach-object {do something
#for specific values
Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -id $_.id | Select Identity,FolderSize,ItemsInFolder,NewestItemReceiveDate |Export-CSV c:\results.csv


}
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by:becraig
ID: 38865181
$accts = import-csv c:\accts.csv
$outpath = c:\results.csv
$accts| foreach-object {do something
#for specific values
$mbinfo += Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -id $_.id | Select Identity,FolderSize,ItemsInFolder,NewestItemReceiveDate
}
$mbinfo | Select * | Export-Csv $outpath -NoTypeInformation
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by:Subsun
ID: 38865183
Export-Csv inside the foreach loop will cause the result file get overwritten for each user.. it should be placed outside the loop..
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by:coraxal
ID: 38865197
One approach would be to use custom objects to collect the information from each mailbox for later export. In this example, you'd have your list of users in a text file with a valid parameter (i.e. SamAccountName, DN, alias, etc.)
$folderStatsOutput = @()
Import-Csv c:\temp\users.txt | ForEach-Object {
   $folderStatsObj = Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -id $_
   $objTemp = New-Object PSObject -Property {
         Identity = $folderStatsObj.Identity
         FolderSize = "{0:0,0}"$folderStatsObj.FolderSize.ToKB()
         ItemsInFolder = $folderStatsObj.ItemsInFolder
         NewestItemReceiveDate = $folderStatsObj.NewestItemReceiveDate
    }
    $folderStatsOutput += $objTemp
}

$folderStatsOutput | 
Select-Object Identity,FolderSize,ItemsInFolder,NewestItemReceivedDate |
Export-Csv C:\temp\folderstats_results.csv -NoType

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by:coraxal
ID: 38865207
Sorry..
# change this line
Import-Csv c:\temp\users.txt | ForEach-Object {

# to this

Get-Content c:\temp\users.txt | ForEach-Object {

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by:sedgwick
ID: 38865220
$results = @()
gc users.csv | %{
$results += , @(Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -id $_ | Select Identity,FolderSize,ItemsInFolder,NewestItemReceiveDate)
}

$results | export-csv c:\results.csv
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by:RTedrow
ID: 38865250
I can't test this at the moment but this was quick and dirty.  If the hash array does not work let me know and I'll rework it when I get to my desk:

$list=@()
foreach($user in cat c:\scripts\userlist.txt)
{
      $mbstat = Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -id $user Select

      $hash=@{
            Identity = $mbstat Identity
            Folder_Size = $mbstat FolderSize
            Items = $mbstat ItemsInFolder
            Newest_Item = $mbstat.NewestItemReceiveDate
            }

            $obj = New-Object PSObject -Property $hash

            $list += $obj
}

$list | export-csv C:\Scripts\MBInfo.csv
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by:siber1
ID: 38865314
thanks all for the responses. Subsun you were first and this works perfectly. much appreciated.

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