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I am in the process of prepping our network for the exchange migration to exchange 2007 and I need to get a copy of all mail enabled addresses for the mail merge. Is their a tool out there that will help will help me do this more quickly then copy paste.
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* I wonder whether this would be helpful, but can you have a look at the ADManager Plus tool from ManageEngine.

http://manageengine.adventnet.com/products/ad-manager/index.html

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That will work great and it has a lot of other features that I can put to use!
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* That sounds great. So hopefully it answered your query.

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