Exchange Powershell command to list if a user is a member of a particular group

I have a commandlet that outputs a list of Exchange users from various databases listed in DBReports.csv, along with various other information. I just added a “Disabled” column, and if the account is disabled, it puts a True in the column and False if it is not. This works fine:

Import-csv "C:\Scripts\DBReports.csv" | foreach { get-mailbox -database $_.ServerDB -resultsize unlimited | select @{Name="DisplayName";expression={$_.displayname}},@{Name="Disabled";expression={(get-Mailbox $_).UserAccountControl -match “AccountDisabled” -match “true”}} } | export-csv "C:\Scripts\Report.csv"

DisplayName      Disabled
Bob Guy                        FALSE
Daniel Person      TRUE
John Human      FALSE

I would like to do the same for an “EV” column, so it populates True or False if the user is a member of “the ev-users-dl” group, but having no luck with the syntax. Here is what I have so far, but that is piecemeal from a few different sources, so I am sure it is all messed up now :)

Import-csv "C:\Scripts\DBReports.csv" | foreach { get-mailbox -database $_.ServerDB -resultsize unlimited | select @{Name="DisplayName";expression={$_.displayname}},@{Name="EV";expression={(Get-distributiongroupmember $_).identity -match “ev-users-dl” -match “true”}} } | export-csv "C:\Scripts\Report.csv"

Any help here would be greatly appreciated!
(Quest tools not installed)

Steve
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imkotteesSenior Messaging EngineerCommented:
Hi,

try this out.

$gp = $(Get-Group "GroupName").Identity.DistinguishedName

Get-Mailbox -Filter{(memberofgroup -eq $gp)} | get-mailbox -resultsize unlimited | select @{Name="DisplayName";expression={$_.displayname}},@{Name="Disabled";expression={(get-Mailbox $_).UserAccountControl -match “AccountDisabled” -match “true”}} | export-csv "C:\Scripts\Report.csv"
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SubsunCommented:
Try..
$members = Get-DistributionGroupMember “the ev-users-dl” | Select -ExpandProperty Alias
Import-csv "C:\Scripts\DBReports.csv" | foreach { get-mailbox -database $_.ServerDB -resultsize unlimited | select DisplayName,@{N="EV";E={If ($members -contains $_.Alias){"True"}Else{"False"}}}} | export-csv "C:\Scripts\Report.csv" -NTI

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Vijaya Babu SekarAssociate Ops ManagerCommented:
you may go to below site. so that you can get the script for export the members from particular Distribution group

http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Export-all-distribution-707c27eb



Thanks
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BelterAuthor Commented:
I could not get imkottees's to work, but thanks Subsun... that worked perfectly!!

Cheers,
Steve
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BelterAuthor Commented:
This did exactly what I was looking for it to do!! thanks!

Steve
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