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viewing Outlook inbox rules for users

Posted on 2012-03-28
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Is there a way to view/export another user's  Outlook inbox rules without logging on to his/her account.

Can this be done from Exchange 2010 EMS or EMC?

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u can run powershell script:

Get-InboxRule –Mailbox <MailboxUser>
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Does this also apply to Exchange 2007?
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nop Get-InboxRule is part of the exchange 2010 management API.
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OOOhhh EGG on my face, seems Sedgwick is right u can't use the same command to pull the Inbox rule in 2007.

will look if there is a script to run perhaps
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