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Powershell script export exchange 2010 mailbox info

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I am after a Powershell script that will get me the following info for a single database

name, totalitemsize, PrimarySMTPAddress, Emailaddresses

The problem I'm having is that 2 pieces of the info I want are properties of the get-mailbox cmdlet and the other 2 are of the get-mailboxstatistics cmdlet, how can I get all the info in one go.

I run the below to give me the info from get-mailboxstatistics but cant get the additional info I want.

get-mailboxdatabase "Mailbox Database 01" | Get-mailbox | get-mailboxstatistics | ft displayname,totalitemsize 

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Like this for example:

Get-Mailbox | ft name,displayName,@{Name='totalitemsize';Expression={(Get-MailboxStatistics $_.userprincipalname).TotalItemSize}},primarySmtpaddress,emailaddresses

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