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How does one export user account info from Exchange 2010

Posted on 2011-02-24
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Hi,
I'm trying to export information from my exchange 2010 server which would include all smtp accounts as well as any aliases or forwarding, eg:

user1@domain.com
user2@domain.com, anotheremail1@domain.com (alias, smtp), anotheremail2@domain.com (alias, smtp)
user3@domain.com, anotheremail3@domain.com
etc

thank you in advanced.
-bcarmi
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by:Amit
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Try this

Get-Mailbox | select -expand EmailAddresses | %{$_.SmtpAddress}
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by:bcarmi
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Hi,
Thank you for the response.
I tried that but it only gives me a flat list of all addresses including aliases.
How can I know the following:
1. is a particular address an alias?
2. if so where is that alias pointed to?

thanks,
bcarmi

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no updates? anybody?
I need to create a list of actual email boxes and any aliases they may have. EG:
actualmail@domain.com, aliased to alias1@domain.com, alias1@domain.com
thanks for your help!
-bcarmi
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Export columns used in exchange
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