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Exchange 2010, Out-file help

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I'm trying to run the get-mailbox -arbitration so I can actually see the Names and Aliases of the arbitration mailboxes; using the -width 120 doesn't help tho, because the fields I need are at the front of the file.  How on earth do I get a file or display that has ALL the information in all fields?

I simply need to run a disable-mailbox command on the 3 arbitration boxes, and it keeps asking for identity.

Thanks!

Trish

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Run: get-mailbox -arbitration | fl

This will give you all the details in list format.
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