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I am looking for a powershell command that will tell me the total number of sent\received items per day per mailbox from exchange 2010. Right now I can use these to get results on an individual user but I am wondering how I would add multiple users to this?
Could I point it to a .txt file with all the user names in it?

get-messagetrackinglog -sender -start (get-date).adddays(-1) |select messageid -unique | measure

get-messagetrackinglog -recipient -start (get-date).adddays(-1) |select messageid -unique | measure

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