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Posted on 2009-04-08
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Hello all,
I need a way to extract users whose RTCSIPPrimaryUserAddress does not match thier PrimarySMTPAddress. I've tried C:\>get-mailbox -resultsize unlimited | Where-Object {$_.PrimarySMTPAddress -ne $_.RTCSIPPrimaryUserAddress} but it returns all 15,000 mailboxes.  Is there a way to filter out the SIP: from RTCSIPPrimaryUserAddress.  After I've extracted the list I will need to have these two attributes match.  i.e., user1@domain.com and sip:user1@domain.com
C:\>get-mailbox -resultsize unlimited | Where-Object {$_.PrimarySMTPAddress -ne $_.RTCSIPPrimaryUserAddress}

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by:jayca
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Wish I could help, normally I would just say disable the users, then enable with the wizard and select the "Use email address" as the SIP URI...

Whatever you do, run DBIMPEXP before you modify anything, that way if something goes wrong, your user contacts are preserved.

Might test it out on 1 user, if you see no result, try restarting the services after the change is made...
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by:albertbr
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Using [PS] C:\>get-qaduser  -SizeLimit 100 -includedproperties Email,msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress | where {$_.Email -notlike "$_.msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress"} | Select Displayname, Email, msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress
is still not returning mismatches.  I've tried match, notmatch, like,  notlike, etc.
Is there a way to get it to ignore "sip:"?
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by:albertbr
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Forgot to mention that the second one is done in the Quest shell.  I discovered that the exchange shell would not return the SIP property.
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Resolved it with:
get-qaduser -SizeLimit 0 -IncludedProperties "msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress" | select name,email,"msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress" | export-csv C:\report.csv
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by:albertbr
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The SIP attributes are AD and not mailbox attributes.
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