List all SMTP addresses

How do I list every smtp address in an exchange server, with its corresponding Mailbox/Folder name?

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all you have to do is browse in ESM down into the information store, then go to mailboxes.  It will list all mailboxes for that store.  I dont believe there is a way to list all information stores' mailboxes at one time as they are literally seperate databases.
all smtp addresses are listed in the proxyAddresses attribute for each mailboxenabled object in AD. the homeMDB value contains the name of the storage group and mail server the object resides in. so, it should be fairly easy to write some little script which would write all this info to a file.

i'm not sure if the smtp information is actually recorded anywhere in the actual exchange database itself, but since it IS available in AD your best bet would be to try and extract it from there.

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anetworkAuthor Commented:
Thanks Kristina, just the job.

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