Listing all AD accounts with exchange forwarding configured on them

Is it possible to list all AD accounts with exchange mail forwarding configured on them?

I need to provide a report of exchange accounts with email forwarding to any other exchange account

The server is a windows server 2003 standard edition.

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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

Yes, it is.

Do you favour any particular tool?

DSQuery:

dsquery * -Filter "(altRecipient=*)"

ADFind:

AdFind.exe -default -f "(altrecipient=*)"

PowerShell:

Get-QADUser -LdapFilter "(altRecipient=*)"

etc, etc

Chris
Nelesh_NCommented:
Do a custom search in ad:

(&(mailNickname=*)(altRecipient=*))
applicableAuthor Commented:
I'd prefer to use DS query,

I do not use commands often so if you could provide me with the full command to use that would be very helpful, thanks
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

What would you like to see from the user? DsQuery is a bit limited, but this is a reasonable start:

DsQuery * -Filter "(&(objectClass=user)(objectCategory=person)(altRecipient=*))" | DsGet user

DsGet user will not be able to show you who the altRecipient is. If you need that I suggest you go with ADFind or PowerShell, both of which can return anything you might want, and both can easily export to CSV files (for Excel).

Chris

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MegaNuk3Commented:
All of them above have supplied the full commands.

Running:
dsquery * -Filter "(altRecipient=*)"

from a command-line will work
MegaNuk3Commented:
So give the points to Chris-Dent for the DSQUERY command not me...
applicableAuthor Commented:
Very quick response, thanks
applicableAuthor Commented:
Thanks for all your comments, very helpful
Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

You're welcome :)

Chris
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