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powershell check for one domain query

Posted on 2013-12-23
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Hi guys I have a command running and it locates the email address but the only thing is it grabs that email address plus everything. What I would like to do is limit the scope to only one domain in our environment.


for example we have 9 different email domains. Currentl I am using this


get-recipient -resultsize:unlimited | where {$_.emailaddresses -like "*@domain.com*" } | displayname, emailaddresses


I only want one domain.
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You can try this...
Get-Recipient -resultsize:unlimited | 
 where {$_.emailaddresses -match "@domain.com" } | % {
	$Name = $_.displayname
	$_.emailaddresses | where {$_ -match "@domain.com" } | 
	Select @{N="displayname";E={$Name}},@{N="emailaddresses";E={$_}}
}| Export-Csv C:\report.csv -nti

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thanks
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