help with this powershell script to get messagetracking for many mailbox recipients

hello,

i need to use this script with many recipient, i have a txt file with 20 recipient like this:

toto1@mail.com
toto11@mail.com
toto111@mail.com
toto1111@mail.com
......

Get-ExchangeServer | where {$_.IsHubTransportServer -eq "true"} | sort-object Name | get-messagetrackinglog -Recipients:toto1@mail.com -EventID "RECEIVE" -Start "26/06/2013 17:11:00" -End "26/08/2014" -resultsize unlimited | select-object Timestamp,MessageSubject,Sender,@{Name="Recipients";Expression={$_.recipients}},totalbytes | export-csv "c:\export.csv"

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SubsunCommented:
To track for each recipient, try..
$SVR = Get-ExchangeServer | where {$_.IsHubTransportServer -eq "true"} | sort-object Name
$(Foreach ($User in GC c:\user.txt){
$SVR | get-messagetrackinglog -Recipients:$User -EventID "RECEIVE" -Start "26/06/2013 17:11:00" -End "26/08/2014" -resultsize unlimited | select-object Timestamp,MessageSubject,Sender,@{Name="Recipients";Expression={$_.recipients}},totalbytes
}) | export-csv "c:\export.csv"

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cawasakiAuthor Commented:
thank you
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Dave GouldOnsite SupportCommented:
what exchange version are you running?
Instead of :
Get-ExchangeServer | where {$_.IsHubTransportServer -eq "true"}
why not simply use :
Get-TransportServer | Get-MessageTrackingLog

A simplified version of your command (without selecting fields etc works like this
$(foreach ($User in GC C:\tmp\userlist.txt) {Get-TransportServer | Get-MessageTrackingLog -Recipients $User })
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cawasakiAuthor Commented:
hi dave,

i have exchange 2007 and 2013.
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Dave GouldOnsite SupportCommented:
I'm more used to 2010 but I've just checked and get-trasportserver is supported in both 2007 and 2013 and it certainly seems easier than having to create a server variable.
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cawasakiAuthor Commented:
ok thank you :)
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Dave GouldOnsite SupportCommented:
In the accepted answer, you could just try removing the first line completely and changing the $SVR in line 3 to get-transportserver
This shouldn't change the end result but makes the script more efficient and also more readable.
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SubsunCommented:
I wouldn't mind using Get-ExchangeServer or Get-TransportServer unless there are 1000's of servers to query (Even that wont be a problem I guess).. In my environment, I have ~190 exchange servers and around ~36 HUB servers. Both the commands returns the results in a fraction of seconds.. :-)
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