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need an office 365 powershell script to pull a quarantine report for a set of users

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can someone provide a powershell script that we can use to capture and email the quarantine items for a specific set of users.

reason: our global policy in o365 sends the quarantine report every 5 days

we have a few users that need to know what has been captured in their quarantine immediately at times. so we need a script to pull this info for them.

thx - S.
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Sasha Kranjac earned 2000 total points
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What about:

Get-QuarantineMessage -StartReceivedDate 12/23/2013 -EndReceivedDate 12/29/2013 -RecipientAddress someone@domain.com

Read about the syntax here: Get-QuarantineMessage
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perfect. thx
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