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Find mailboxes with specific Throttling Policy

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Hi

We are running Exchange 2010. Most users are on the default Throttling Policy, but we have some bespoke applications that have service accounts, and for those service accounts we have created some extra Throttling Policies.

One of those Policies is named AppTHPolicy1.

What I'd like to do is get a list of all mailboxes with AppTHPolicy1 applied to them.

Does anyone know how this is possible?

I know how to find out which Throttling Policy is applied to a mailbox (get-mailbox -identity MBX1 | fl throttlingpolicy), but not sure how to do this the other way around?
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Get-Mailbox -resultsize unlimited | where-object {$_.ThrottlingPolicy -match "AppTHPolicy1"}
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