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need assistance with an opath [dynamic group query] for exchange 2010

Posted on 2014-01-12
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can someone provide the opath logic that looks for all users that have customattribute2 = 17*
(or) username -eq jsmith

to clarify, all accounts with customattribute2 set to 17*  [beginning with 17] or a specific user name jsmith.

many thanks,

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Get-Mailbox -ResultSize Unlimited | Where {($_.CustomAttribute2 -eq "17*") or ($_.Alias -eq "jsmith")}

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Jamie McKillop earned 2000 total points
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Hello,

It would look like this:

{(extensionAttribute2 -like '17*') -or (samAccountName -eq 'jsmith')}

-JJ
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thx JJ that worked perfectly.
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