You could do this with a shell script:
for user in `ls /home`; do
chage -E date $user
But note that this will only work correctly if everything in /home is a directory corresponding to a username, and every user has their home directory under /home.
You can use cat /etc/passwd | cut -d':' -f1 to get a more reliable list of all the users, but this appoach will pick up all the system user accounts.