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Is it possible to remove a secondary SMTP address from user accounts using a command line?

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I need to remove a secondary SMTP address from multiple users on my domain. All the users that need the address removed are in their own OU. Is it possible to script this using a DS command or perhaps something else?
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Just get hold of admodify.net (download form the same URL) that will remove the address for you.

Simon.
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ADModify seems to have been the right answer. It worked like a charm.

Thanks guys.

Simon - I noticed your standings for top expert - nice work.
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