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How can I see all the existing mail forwards in Exchange 2007

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Afternoon,

I would like to get a dump of all the mail forwards that are currently active on my Exchange 2007 server. Does anyone know if this is possible via Powershell? I've been googling for a while but no luck.

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Are you looking for the Admin configured mail to be fowarded or user rules?

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Right now I am looking for user rules (forwards that they have configured using Outlook I guess), but ideally I would like a list of all accounts that are being forwarded outside the organization.

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get-mailbox -resultsize:unlimited | fl Alias,ForwardingAddress

this will not get rules though
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Thanks for the replies, much appreciated.

farhankaziDate- I ran the script from the second link and it works great but it doesn't seem to show the users that have the forward setup via outlook.

To give your more information, I am particually looking for one user who moved to another division within our org, his email address is autoforwarding to his new address, he now wants this stoppped. Thing is his AD account was deleted a while back so I can't see how the forwarding is still working, I have tested it though and it is. Very strange. Any ideas?
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