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Exporting user content info from a distribution group

Posted on 2012-03-20
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Exchange server 2008 SP2
Server OS: Windows 2008 R2 SP1
Domain: Windows 2003 (soon to be Windows 2008 R2)

I am trying to export the user info content for all users in a particular distribution group. Can the powerful Exchange Management Shell do this? I need information such as Department and Location for all the relevant users.

Many thanks in advance for any assistance
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Should be able to do, use this as an example. I've just tested this within my lab.

Get-DistributionGroupMember <NAME OF LIST> | Get-User | Select Name,Department | FT
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Obviously check the available parameters of the Get-User CmdLet within the shell to add any additional fields to your query.
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Many thanks for the suggestions. I will test and advise.
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Thanks !! You provided me with most of the information. Just had to add the fields for Title and Office
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Nice one :)
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