Powershell total out put

I have this command which gives the results but I need the results to be more fancier. what I am getting is this

name                       count
serverone               2014
server two               863

get-mailbox -resultsize:unlimited | Group-Object servername | select name, count

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what I am looking for is

total mailboxes equal
total for server oneserver 1,008
total for server twoserver 2014
total for server threeserver 875
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SubsunCommented:
Try..
Get-mailbox -resultsize:unlimited | Group-Object servername | %{"Total for server $($_.name) $($_.count)"}

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techdriveAuthor Commented:
thank you subsun
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techdriveAuthor Commented:
Any reason why this is not going to a CSv file. I just get length with some numbers?
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SubsunCommented:
As per the output format it can go to text file for better reading.. if you need to csv then the script need to be modified..

Example..
Get-mailbox -resultsize:unlimited | Group-Object servername | Select @{N="Server Name";E={$_.name}},@{N="MailBox Count";E={$_.count}} | Export-Csv C:\report.csv -nti

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