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Hi All,

I have a client that has a ridiculous amount of email accounts forwarding to specific groups/users/contacts. I have a director who is receiving a massive amount of emails because of this even though he is only receiving from 3 accounts, i assume that there is too big of a chain where as one user is forwarding to another and that user is forwarding to the director if that makes sense.

Is there a powershell cmd i can use to determine what email accounts have redirects set up and to who?

I have been all over the web and this site but most exch powershell cmds are to delete accounts or check sizes, nothing for what i need, unless im not searching for the right cmd.

Any help would be appreciated.
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below is the link with the command in powershell to get all forwardings

http://exchangeshare.wordpress.com/2008/05/26/faq-find-all-users-with-forwarding-address-is-set/
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Get-Mailbox | Where {$_.ForwardingAddress -ne $null} | Select Name, ForwardingAddress, DeliverToMailboxAndForward
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Thanks for your help.
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