Creating an address list based on external email domain in Exchange 2007

I would like to create an address list in Exchange 2007 for all contacts with the SAME external email domain.  What is the syntax for this?

New-AddressList -Name 'New Office' -RecipientFilter
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ohmErnieAsked:
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Shreedhar EtteCommented:
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ohmErnieAuthor Commented:
I am looking for the syntax...this does not provide the syntax.
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Shreedhar EtteCommented:
Hi,

The article in reference given provide some information. It should accepted as Assisted Solution.

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digitapCommented:
@ohmErnie: If you have the syntax you needed, you should post it to complete problem/resolution and award points appropriately.  If the url here http:#a30734353 helped you compile the syntax, post the syntax to complete problem/resolution and award points appropriately.  If you don't get a response from an Expert with the proper syntax, you don't have to accept any answer and, instead, request the question be deleted by a mod.
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ohmErnieAuthor Commented:
I used the GUI and chose 'Company' as the the recipient condition since this list was comprised of email addresses of another company.
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digitapCommented:
So, you didn't use the command line like you wanted to do originally?  If so, sounds like you can request this question be deleted and points refunded.
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digitapCommented:
Accepting your comment will work to.  Thanks!
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