powershell get-queue command

hello guys I am running a powershell command to capture all servers with mail sitting in mail queues.

get-exchangeserver | foreach {get-queue -server $_ }


This gives me the output of each server and queue. I just want the servers to show not each queue. How can I accomplish this?
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Amit KumarCommented:
better you use below one.

get-transportserver | get-queue | where {$_MessageCount -gt 10}

You can change count according to you, I mentioned it as 10 to check message count of each queue is more than 10.

It will give you less results as required
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
The below command will give you the info you are looking for...

$QUEUE = Get-ExchangeServer | ? { $_.IsHubTransportServer -eq $true }

ForEach ($server in $QUEUE) 
    {

        Get-Queue -Server $server | FT $Server.Name, Identity
}

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