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How can I list all the non-compliant aliased accounts in my exchange 2007 environment?

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I have a number of accounts and distribution lists in my exchange enivornment that I know need aliases changed (Spaces, improper characters, etc.)    Is there a powershell script that I can run that will dump that information to a text file so that I might give it to my administrators to correct?
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Yes, check for the script named as "CheckInvalidRecipients.ps1" which comes by default when exchange is installed.
It should be under C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Scripts.
Path may vary depending where exchange is installed.
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Try this command from Exchange Management Shell
get-mailbox | ft name, alias, PrimarySmtpAddress > C:\alias.csv
This will export the contents to a csv file
You can also use Exchange Management Shell to remove spaces from aliases
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb851499.aspx
You can also use ldifde and csvde tool to extract the information directly from AD
 
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