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Exchange 2010 Cmdlet to show all other mailboxes a user has Full access and Forwarders to

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Is there a EMC cmd I can run against my email account to see what other mailboxes I either have Full Access to or other mailboxes are forwarding to me is set up on my account for?
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ok so I was ale to get a cmdlet that shows me which other accounts I have full access to so now I just need something that will show whos email addresses are being FWD to me?
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get-mailbox | where {$_.forwardingsmtpaddress -like "*youraddress*"}

should do it for you.
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