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Find a object with a smtp address

Posted on 2014-02-26
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I have an smtp address and I want to know who owns this address,  a mailbox or a public folder or a distribution list?

Is there a powershell command that has solved it?
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Hello,

Run these commands:

Get-Mailbox -Filter {EmailAddresses -like '*smtp@domain.com*'}
Get-MailContact -Filter {EmailAddresses -like '*smtp@domain.com*'}
Get-DistributionGroup -Filter {EmailAddresses -like '*smtp@domain.com*'}
Get-MailPublicFolder -Filter {EmailAddresses -like '*smtp@domain.com*'}

-JJ
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Thank you!

It's work!
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