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search active directory for users with forwarding rules

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Is there a way to determine or search active directory to see which users have a forwarding email address set up?

I know that you go too the properties of the user, in Active Directory, and click on the tab "Exchange General" you will then see "Delivery Options", under Fowarding Address click on "Forward To"
is there a way to search or find all the usrs in AD who have an address listed there?
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is there a way in exchange to see this?
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Try a custom search in AD Users & Computers with the LDAP filter

(altRecipient=*)

See http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms998927.aspx
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Also see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996205.aspx for more general help on searching AD.
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