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How can I extract all user ID's and full names from exchange

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I need to to get all users Id's and their Full names extracted from exchange 2007 and put it into an excel file.

what would be the PS command line syntax I would run?

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that is a good article, but it doesn't give me all user id's and full display names for all of my exchange server.


It just gives the one server you run it from and the full display names.

Any idea how to pull it from all servers and get their user id's too?
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