Modify Powershell script to pause after reading each email

I would like to modify this part of a Powershell script so that when it looks through any new emails, that it separates each email with
a line so that it is distinguishable..
or that it pauses and asks the user if they want to continue checking..   (to pause after each email)



# Do/while loop for paging through the folder
do
{
    # Set what we want to retrieve from the folder. This will grab the first $pagesize emails
    $view = New-Object Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices.Data.ItemView($numOfEmailsToRead,$index)
    # Retrieve the data from the folder
    $findResults = $service.FindItems([Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices.Data.WellKnownFolderName]::Inbox,$view)
    foreach ($item in $findResults.Items)
    {
        # load the additional properties for the item
        $item.Load($propertySet)

        # Output the results
        "From: $($item.From.Name)"
        "Subject: $($item.Subject)"
     
    }
    # Increment $index to next block of emails
    $index += $numOfEmailsToRead
} while ($findResults.MoreAvailable) # Do/While there are more emails to retrieve
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oBdACommented:
With a line:
# Do/while loop for paging through the folder 
do { 
	# Set what we want to retrieve from the folder. This will grab the first $pagesize emails
	$view = New-Object Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices.Data.ItemView($numOfEmailsToRead,$index) 
	# Retrieve the data from the folder 
	$findResults = $service.FindItems([Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices.Data.WellKnownFolderName]::Inbox,$view) 
	foreach ($item in $findResults.Items) {
		# load the additional properties for the item
		$item.Load($propertySet)
		
		# Output the results
		"From: $($item.From.Name)"
		"Subject: $($item.Subject)"
		"----------"
	}
	# Increment $index to next block of emails
	$index += $numOfEmailsToRead
} While ($findResults.MoreAvailable) # Do/While there are more emails to retrieve

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Waiting:
# Do/while loop for paging through the folder 
do { 
	# Set what we want to retrieve from the folder. This will grab the first $pagesize emails
	$view = New-Object Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices.Data.ItemView($numOfEmailsToRead, $index) 
	# Retrieve the data from the folder 
	$findResults = $service.FindItems([Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices.Data.WellKnownFolderName]::Inbox, $view) 
	foreach ($item in $findResults.Items) {
		# load the additional properties for the item
		$item.Load($propertySet)
		
		# Output the results
		"From: $($item.From.Name)"
		"Subject: $($item.Subject)"
		$response = Read-Host "Continue [Y/n]"
		If ($response -eq 'n') {
			Break
		}
	}
	# Increment $index to next block of emails
	$index += $numOfEmailsToRead
} While ($findResults.MoreAvailable) # Do/While there are more emails to retrieve

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100questionsAuthor Commented:
Excellent, thank you.
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