Powershell - Setting Calendar rights with pipe in the syntax

Dear Experts,

I am aware of this below command in PowerShell for adding/setting Calendar rights and that works fine:

Add-MailboxFolderPermission -Identity Bill.Smith@it.com:\Calendar -AccessRights Owner -User John.Taylor@it.com -Confirm

But I would be interested in how would look the syntax with pipe after Get-Mailbox, tried with this one but unfortunately does not work:

Get-Mailbox “Bill.Smith@it.com” | Set-mailboxfolderpermission :\calendar -AccessRights Owner -User John.Taylor@it.com

Thanks,

ps.: (at SendAs rights the Get-Mailbox "TestSharedMailbox" | Add-ADPermission -User IT\John.Taylor -AccessRights ExtendedRight -ExtendedRights "send as" sure works so assuming that should be also at Calendar rights)
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csehzIT consultantAsked:
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footechCommented:
Here's an example.  You need to use Set-MailboxFolderPermission within the foreach-object scriptblock.
Get-Mailbox | % {Set-MailboxFolderPermission $_":\Calendar" -User Default -AccessRights LimitedDetails}

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csehzIT consultantAuthor Commented:
Thanks that is great, concretely I tried this syntax and works fine

Get-Mailbox Bill.Smith@it.com | % {Set-MailboxFolderPermission $_":\Calendar" -User John.Taylor@it.com -AccessRights Owner}
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