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Export and Modify Distribution Lists (Expansion Server field) using LDIFDE or CSVDE?

Posted on 2004-08-25
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Currently I have several hundred DL's which expand on any server in the Org. Does anyone have a solid script which will export the distribution lists and the expansion server field. I want to change these DL's to point to one of my expansion servers to take some of the load off one of my clusters. I'd also like some information on the necessary modification prior to importing back to the GC.

If you've seen KB articles on this please let me know ...

Thanks,
Brian
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What E-Mail system? How are these lists stored?
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I apologize ... I thought I posted this under Exchange Server  ... I'm looking for something using LDIFDE or CSVDE ....


Active Directory 2003 Native - Exchange 2003 SP1

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I found it ...

for future reference

using the ldifde command - the syntax would be:

domain context, <domain name>, cn=users, <target user or group>, msExchExpansionServerName
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