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Can anybody advise on how to get a list of the e-mail address assigned to Exchange Server 2003?  It's only a 15-user network, but if somebody has the e-mail address 'sales@abc.com', and I want to find out who it is without trawling through every user entry, is there a way of doing it from the command line?
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by:Glen Knight
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You can just add the e-mail column to the view in Active Directory Users & Computers?
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Within Active Directory Users & Computers select View menu then Add/Remove Columns Add e-mail address then add.
You can then see the e-mail addresses in the view in active directory
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Thanks Demazter - that definitely helps - but where it falls down is when a user has more than one e-mail address that they can receive mail on.  Also, distribution accounts like 'sales@' aren't covered.

Any other inspiration?

Mark
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you cou run this command from a command prompt on the server:

ldifde -f c:\ExportUser2.ldf -r "(objectclass=user)" -l "dn, cn, givenName, sn, department, mail, proxyaddresses"

which will create a text based file on the route of C: called expoeruser2.ldf it will give you all the e-mail addresses for all users.
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the mail is the one that shows on the general page and then proxyaddresses is the full list.
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Thank you very much for that - did the trick nicely.  Mark.
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