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Need a query to obtain mailbox owners and other accounts with access to a mailbox on Exchange 2003

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Hello. We have AD with Windows 2003 and Exchange 2003 in our organization. We have several thousand mailboxes and need a query to obtain a report  of which accounts have access to each mailbox. Not only who's the mailbox owner but also what other accounts have access or are associated with the mailbox.

Have tried doing it using "csvde" but can't come up with the right query.

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Helped solve the problem partially but pointed me in the right direction.
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