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Export distrobution group members to CSV file

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Hi guys

I was wondering if you could assist me in exporting a distrobution group to CSV file via exchange management shell.

Do you know a simple way of expoting distrobution group members to CSV file ?

thanx in advance
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This should export each distribution group and its members to its own csv file.

$Groups = Get-DistributionGroup
foreach ($group in $groups) {
$GroupName = $_.Name
$Report = Get-DistributionGroupMember -identity $_.identity| select @{Name='Distribution Group'; Expression={[String]::join(";", $GroupName)}}, Name, PrimarySmtpAddress}
$Report | Export-Csv "C:\$GroupName Member Report.csv" -nti

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