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Export Send As/Send on Behalf for certain mailboxes

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Hi All

We have a couple of mailboxes (HR, Marketing, Finance etc) that are used by groups, and I need to find out who has Send on Behalf/ Send As rights to them.

I know I can check them in the EMC, but this would be time consuming so I was wondering if it was possible using the Exchange shell.

I have the names of the mailboxes in a CSV (Groups.csv), and I would write something like:

Get-content D:\groups.csv | Get-Mailbox | etc etc

BUt does anyone know the commmands to actually find the Send on Behalf and Send As people? We are running Exchange 2007 SP2.

Thanks in advance for any help.
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