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Exchange Shell Command for displaying who's hidden in the GAL?

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Could someone please let me know the syntax for an Exchange Shell command that will display which users are hidden from the address lists? Under the Recipient Mailbox Properties, on the General Tab, you can tick a box that says "Hide from Exchange address lists" ... I need a command that will tell me who those users are?
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Get-Mailbox -ResultSize unlimited |Where{$_.HiddenFromAddressLissEnabled -eq $true}
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