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Export Exchange Distribution List to Excell or TXT file

Posted on 2006-11-27
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Hello

I have a urgent question, is there a way to export Exchange Distribution list to Excel or TXT file? My Dlist is huge it has 3000 contacts and 30 other Dlists in it, I need to clean up duplicates and old employess

I will apreciate prompt reply

Thank you

Peter
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Maybe try BlueDevilFan's solution here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q_21995531.html#17556946
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dsget group "CN=Groupname,OU=OU Name,OU=OU Name,DC=Domain,DC=local" -members > c:\members.txt

example, all users in a dissy group in my test domain
dsget group "cn=@bands,OU=James,OU=test,DC=Domain,DC=Local" -members



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or sirbounty's option :)
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You can amend Jame's dsget to satisfy your "...and 30 other Dlists in it..." request (I don't think sirbounty's script recursed into nested DLs.).

dsget group "cn=@bands,OU=James,OU=test,DC=Domain,DC=Local" -members -EXPAND

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