Need PowerShell script to return just the value of the "msExchDelegateListLink" attribute of a specific user account.

Folks -

I'd like to know the code I need in PowerShell to return only the value of the "msExchDelegateListLink" attribute of a specific user account.

I don't want a list of a million other attributes to come along with it.  If possible, I'd just like to have it return the value of the attribute I specify above.  I'd like it so that all I need to do is change the account name in the line of code to inspect other accounts.

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This requires WS2008 R2 and the AD Module for PowerShell:

  Import-Module ActiveDirectory
  cd ad:

  Get-ADUser -identity [UserID] -properties * | Select-Object msExchDelegateListLink

If you use the Quest Active Roles Management Shell:

  Get-QADUser -identity [UserID] -properties * | Select-Object msExchDelegateListLink

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If you want to use a text file and process many user IDs at once:

$userList = get-content -path "[filepath].txt"

Import-Module ActiveDirectory
cd ad:

ForEach ($User in $userList) {
  Get-ADUser -identity $user -properties * | Select-Object msExchDelegateListLink

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