calendar, powershell, office 365

can i use any powershell commnads to find no.of items in each users calendar on a weekly basis.

$(Foreach ($User in get-mailbox -resultsize Unlimited) {$User | Select Name,@{N="CalItemsInFolder";E={($_ | Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -FolderScope 'Calendar').ItemsInFolder}}}) | Export-Csv M:\report.csv -NoTypeInformation
 Get-Mailbox |Get-MailboxFolderStatistics –FolderScope ‘Calendar’ | Export-CSV M:\work\Office365-MailboxSize2-Report.csv

Attached is the output. unable to understand what it means under items in folder and items and subfolders column which is 201

cant see anywhere in my calendar?
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
You can get such statistics, as those are TOTAL numbers, you cannot break them down by date, size or anything else. For such item-level statistics, you will need to develop your own solution using EWS or the Graph API.
pramod1Author Commented:
what is total numbers mean?

like in column it shows 2 and other column it shows 201?

I am unable to tally this number in my calendar?
Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
Mean the count, aggregate of all items in the folder. And those columns are two very different parameters, one shows the item count in the *current* folder only, the other one is folder and any subfolders. Which includes things like the Birthday calendar, Holiday calendar for US/UK/whichever country you have added, etc.

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pramod1Author Commented:
one shows the item count in the *current* folder only i.e today's date?

the other one is folder and any subfolders.- how can it show 201 ?? I clicked on calendar, birthdays of mine it shows 4 only?
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