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Hi,
I would like to produce a listing using PowerShell of Exchange 2010 email enabled public folders.  I can do this with this:

Get-MailPublicFolder | Select PrimarSmtpAddress, Identity

But I would like to get the folder and folder path like the results of this as well:

Get-PublicFolder -recurse

The end result would be only folders that are email enabled with this output:

Folder                                                            Email Address
Purchasing\Purchase Orders                         purchaseorders@acme.com

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try this :- Get-MailPublicFolder | Format-Table Identity, WindowsEmailAddress
hope it will work for you
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That does not do what I am looking for.  It produces a result like this:

identity                                                                                               Email
xxxx.com/Microsoft Exchange System Objects/Purchase Orders        PurchaseOrders@xxxx.com


It does not show the folder's location.  "mainFolder\subfolder1\purchase Orders"
The whole location of the folder is what you get when you use the -recurse option of Get-PublicFolder
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Only a part of the answer.  Did not produce the complete result.
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