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Exchange 2010 Distribution Groups--Powershell

What powershell cmdlet can I use to see if an email was received by a distribution group or received in last 90 days. Wanting to clean up our Exchange environment.

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8/22/2022 - Mon
Manpreet SIngh Khatra

You can do a message tracking for the Email of the DL.

Get-MessageTrackinglogs -Recipient "EmailAddress"

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How would I do this for 100 mailboxes?
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Fairly simple! Thanks much.
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Using  > C:\DLTracking\DLName.csv will truncate the output, so it may give you incomplete information in the csv file. You need to use Export-csv to get the the extend details..