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Export Exchange 2010 emails from all users in the domain sent to or from a specified domain.

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I have the need to export all emails in my Exchange 2010 database, from all users, that were sent to or from a specific domain. I suspect there is a powershell script that can accomplish this task, but I've had no success in finding it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Ideally, a CSV export that I can audit with Excel would be the most valuable to me. HTML might work as well.
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Look up the export-mailbox command and it's switches. It will let you pull those messages out of users mailboxes or leave then there and export a subject line or originator aka senders messages to a pst for you to open up in outlook and sift thru.
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One last thing, depending the size of your user base and hardware... it will run for a WHILE.
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I wasn't able to find a simple solution to this in a short period of time, so I just moved on and never completed the export directly from Exchange. It was easier to just "print" the selected emails from a few users within Outlook to a PDF document and be done with it.
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My reason is that this website is forcing me to record a reason.
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