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Dear All

I have been made aware that a specific attachment has been sent around the organization and i need to find out who has received it. its a jpg.

how do i search my exchange stores to find out which users have this specific image.

i have an exchange 2010

regards

Andrew
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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Exchange is able to do this with multi-mailbox search.

This is the top level TechNet article on this process:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd335072(v=exchg.141).aspx
Then go down to Managing Discovery and you will find how to create the search, setting the permissions etc.

I strongly suggest reading it all, as it can take a few attempts to capture everything.

Simon.
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Hi


Create this as a .ps1 and modify the *.pdf to what you need


$today=Get-Date –format d
$30Days=$Today.AddDays(-30)
Get-Mailbox -ResultSize Unlimited | Search-Mailbox -SearchQuery 'Attachment:"*.pdf" and received:<$30days -TargetMailbox <enter a mailbox, doesn't matter which> -TargetFolder inbox -LogOnly -LogLevel Full | out-File c:\resultswav.txt
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