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How to get a list of SMTP addresses in Exchange 2007

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Is there a command that we can use to create a list of all mailboxes and their SMPT addresses in Exchange 2007 using the shell?

Your help is appreciated
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Probably is but you can also export the list from Users And Computers. Just select the list and right-click, choose Export list.
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get-mailbox | select displayname,primarysmtpaddress > C:\whatever.txt
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by:jimmckenzie
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Leederbyshire,
                         thanks for the solution. It does exactly what I need. I also want to thank peakpeak for his quick suggestion.  

thanks very much to both of you,
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