Finding OU, CN, etc. on Exchange2007

Where do I find the LDAP info (ou, cn, etc.) for a particular user on our domain?  We are using Exhange 2007 on a Server 2008 box.
4MEEAsked:
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Click on Start, Run {type} ADSIEDIT.msc {press enter}
BE VERY CAREFUL IN ADSIEDIT - THIS IS DIRECTLY EDITING ACTIVE DIRECTORY
Make sure the default naming context is set to Default Naming Context and then expand away until you find your user.
Once on the user - right-click and choose properties.
Look down the list for DistinguishedName - this will show the complete Distinguished Name for that particular user.
 
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AkhaterCommented:
since you are using exchange 2007 you can also  

get-user UserName | fl DistinguishedName
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4MEEAuthor Commented:
didn't specify that the command was to be used in the exchange command shell but I figured that part out
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