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Find domains in Exchange

Posted on 2011-03-10
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Hi

Running Exchange 2007 SP2.

We have several remote domains, accepted domains, relay domains.

If I quickly wanted to find out the status of a domain (e.g. if it was an accepted domain or remote domain), does anyone know if there is a powershell command I can run that will give me this? Or do I have to search for the domain in Org Config > Hub Transport

Many thanks in advance
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by:Glen Knight
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from the Exchange Management Shell run:

Get-AcceptedDomain | fl

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Or even:

Get-AcceptedDomain | fl Name, domainname, domaintype
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Thanks demazter, but this shows Accepted Domains only...do you know how I can get to see Accepted Domains or Remote Domains?
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by:Glen Knight
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same command but use Get-RemoteDomain instead of Get-AcceptedDomain
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Sure, sorry, what I meant was any way to combine the two?
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Ahh, no, sorry, I don't think that is possible
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