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Get-DistributionGroup all groups without members

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Whats the cmdlet to search then export to csv for all Distribution Lists that don't have any members in it?

Get-DistributionGroup .....................................................................

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It finds all empty groups and exports the Group Name, Group Type, and location in the directory for you all in a CSV file.

Save to .ps1 and run with .\filename.ps1.

$groups = Get-DistributionGroup
$amount = @()
foreach ($a in $groups)
{
   $groupMem = Get-DistributionGroupMember $a
   if ($groupMem.Count -eq $null) { $amount += $a }
}
Write-Output $amount | Select-Object Name,GroupType,OrganizationalUnit | Export-CSV -notypeinformation -Path C:\Empty.csv


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