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How do I know the average emails received in an hour (Exchange 2010)

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How do I know the average emails received in an hour (Exchange 2010). Is there a simple powershell command for this?
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Also get help from this earlier thread to find out what hourly and/or daily mail volume is flowing through Exchange 2010 both inbound and outbound: https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/457404-exchange-2010-mail-volume-stats
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