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Posted on 2014-01-27
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Hey there Experts,

Was hoping someone out there would be willing to help me with a PS one liner or short script to help find Distribution Groups in Exchange 2007 environment last used older than 90 days.

So I know I have to use the Get-DistributionGroup -ResultSize Unlimited |

but thats as far as I know..

Any help will be  much appreciated.
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Exchange doesn't store that information.
If you view get-distribution "group name" | fl
then you will see what is available.

Sometimes you can get an idea by querying the message tracking logs, but that would require the logs to go back that far.

Simon.
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