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Hi there

I use exchange 2007 and I have some user that want to know which mailboxs forward to his mailbox
there is a some way to see this information?

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run in exchange shell:

get-mailbox -resultsize Unlimited | where {$_.forwardingaddress} > result.csv

There is the same question resolved this way somewhere around here.
Good luck
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You can check it from tracking logs
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Hi compaqus,

Is this command can help to find, from which mailbox email was forwarded.
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thanks all and please can you tell me how to do it also in exchange 2003

thanks ,
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BTW

you can go

Get-Mailbox -Filter {ForwardingAddress -ne $null} | Where {$_.ForwardingAddress -match "username"} | fl Name, ForwardingAddress, DeliverToMailboxAndForward

and please just if you can help me with how to do it in exchange 2003
 
thanks  

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Possible option to check is by enabling Message Tracking logs then read the file , we can also use logpraser tool and write a query to fetch the information. Yet to test.
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Active Directory Users & Computers -> Find -> Select Custom Search -> Enter (objectClass=*)(altrecipient=*) in LDAP Query Text Box -> Click Find Now.
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Hi motimash,

Not sure if i understand you question correctly. You want to know, when an email arrived to a user mailbox. Now you want to know, from whom it was forwarded or just you want to find out the list of user set with forwarding rule. Correct me, if i understood it wrongly.
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I just want to find out the list of users set with forwording rule in exchange 2003

I found out how to get this in exchange 2007
Get-Mailbox -Filter {ForwardingAddress -ne $null} | Where {$_.ForwardingAddress -match "username"} | fl Name, ForwardingAddress, DeliverToMailboxAndForward

thanks ,
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see the comment above for exchange 2003:

Active Directory Users & Computers -> Find -> Select Custom Search -> Enter (objectClass=*)(altrecipient=*) in LDAP Query Text Box -> Click Find Now.
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Compaqus already given the answer for that....My mistake didn't understood the question well....No problem...I found a tool might be interesting for both of you.

http://www.promodag.com/products/storelog/description.aspx
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Thanks I will try it
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good enough
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