I need an Exchange 2010 command that will list each user and a total count of folders

I can get them individually with this command:
get-mailboxfolderstatistics -id %username%).count

How do I have this give me a listing of all users with their total number of folders without writing a script. Isn't there a way to output this in a single command?
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Adam BrownSenior Systems AdminCommented:
You'll have to expand it a bit, but this should work:

foreach ($user in $users){
$count = (get-mailboxfolderstatistics $user).count
$output = "User: " + $user.displayname + " - Folder Count" +  $count

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Adam BrownSenior Systems AdminCommented:
I forgot a trailing bracket on the script. That's fixed now, in case you tried this and it didn't work.
ewienerAuthor Commented:
I just manually ran the single line command I had. Thank you to those who suggested scripts anyway.

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