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Exchange powershell command to list email adresses on a Public Folder

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I need to get a list of email addresses associatted with a public folder in an export, to convert to a shared mailbox. There are over 50 of them. I have the following command which does list them but then it truncates and dosnt show all of them. I have tried adding -resultsize unlimited but it dosent change the out put.. any help would be much appreciated.

Get-MailPublicFolder -Identity "\IT Soltions\SQL SMTP Addresses" | FL Name,EmailAddresses
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Try exporting it instead.

Get-MailPublicFolder -Identity "\IT Solutions\SQL SMTP Addresses" -ResultSize 5000 | Select Name,EmailAddresses | Export-CSV C:\EmailAddList.csv -nti

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Get-MailPublicFolder -Identity "\IT Soltions\SQL SMTP Addresses" | Select-Object -ExpandProperty EmailAddresses
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by:TXRhino
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it was a little dirty of an export than I wanted but with some assistance from excel I got what I needed quickly... thanks for the assistance.
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