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Exchange cmdlet to filter and export all user mailbox in the Sent Items and Inbox where the user email or reply to ebay.com and craigslist.org

Posted on 2014-03-11
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Hi,

We are checking all mailboxes in our company to see who are using the company email for craigslist.org and ebay.com.  I want to check the inbox and the Sent Items.  We are currently using exchange 2010.

What is the easiest way to export those email containing to another mailbox?  Is they an exchange cmdlet I can use?
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use discovery search to search all mailboxes for those keywords, this is the fastest way
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