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Listing Server Side Rules in Exchange?

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I need to, if possible, create a report showing all of the server-side rules in use on our exchange server. Specifically, I've been asked to list all accounts that are forwarding email through the use of a rule.

I'd like to run a vbscript that can gather the information. From what I've researched already, it looks like it would be hard if not impossible to do.
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All of that information is only available client side. SO you would have to run a script that accesses each mailbox and extracts the rules. That would need to be a MAPI connection, requiring permissions and gets very complex very quickly.

Simon.
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THat is what I've found through my own research.. I was hoping someone else had found different information.

Thanks
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