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powershell command to show individual size of each folder, including sub folder in a particular users email

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Looking for a powershell command to show the size of each folder individually (including subfolders) for one user in exchange.
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Hope this would help

Get-MailboxFolderStatistics MailBoxName | Select Name,FolderSize,ItemsinFolder
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Tried the command and it fails at the user.
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