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Get all SMTP addresses for a specific domain

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I'm trying to produce an output of all users with a specific primary email address.  The following script will produce this:

Get-Mailbox -ResultSize unlimited|Where-Object {$_.PrimarySMTPAddress.Domain -eq "domain.com"}|Select @{n='Name';e={$_.displayname}},@{n='Primary Email Address';e={$_.primarysmtpaddress}},@{name='All Email Addresses';e={$_.emailaddresses}}

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I'd like to exclude all x500 addresses from the output.  I know using Where-Object {($_ -Like "SMTP:*")} will accomplish this but I can't get it to work with specifying desired domain.

Is there a way to look at both primary and secondary domains like i have in this script for primary domain?

Long term I'd like to remove smtp: so the output is just a listing of addresses.
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by:Qlemo
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Your question is unclear.  Do you want a listing of all matching addresses (primary or secondary), without the SMTP prefix?
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by:georgedschneider
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In the output I'd like to have smtp: removed from the email addresses output.  I'd like to have the csv export display each address without this to make it a little easier to work with.  I'm trying to exclude x500 addresses as well.
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by:Qlemo
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Get-Mailbox -ResultSize unlimited |
  ? {$_.PrimarySMTPAddress.Domain -eq "domain.com"} |
  Select @{n='Name';e={$_.displayname}},
         @{n='Primary Email Address';e={$_.primarysmtpaddress}},
         @{name='All Email Addresses';e={($_.emailaddresses | ? {$_ -like 'SMTP:*'}) -replace 'SMTP:'}}

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by:georgedschneider
ID: 40496646
This works great.  I'm trying to incorporate it in the following script but I can't get the logic with the -replace statement to work.

$(Foreach ($Mailbox in (Get-Mailbox -ResultSize Unlimited)|? {($_.PrimarySMTPAddress.Domain -eq "doamin.com") -or ($_.emailaddresses -like '*domain.com')}){
$Size = Get-MailboxStatistics $Mailbox.Alias | Select @{N="totalitemsizeMB";E={'{0:f2}' -f ($_.TotalItemSize.Value.ToBytes()/1MB)}},itemcount
	New-Object PSObject -Property @{
		Name = $Mailbox.Displayname
		"Primary Email Address" = $Mailbox.Primarysmtpaddress
        "All Email Addresses" = $Mailbox.emailaddresses|? {$_ -like 'SMTP:*'} 
		"Mailbox Size (MB)" = $Size.totalitemsizeMB
        "Item Count" = $Size.itemcount
	}
})|Select Name,"PrimaryEmail Address", "All Email Addresses","Mailbox Size (MB)", "Item Count"|Sort-Object Name

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by:georgedschneider
ID: 40496767
I thought the following logic was what I needed.  This produces the desired results.


$(Foreach ($Mailbox in (Get-Mailbox -ResultSize Unlimited)|? {($_.PrimarySMTPAddress.Domain -eq "domain.com") -or ($_.emailaddresses -like '*domain.com')}){
$Size = Get-MailboxStatistics $Mailbox.Alias | Select @{N="totalitemsizeMB";E={'{0:f2}' -f ($_.TotalItemSize.Value.ToBytes()/1MB)}},itemcount
	New-Object PSObject -Property @{
		Name = $Mailbox.Displayname
		"Primary Email Address" = $Mailbox.Primarysmtpaddress
        "All Email Addresses" = ($Mailbox.emailaddresses|? {$_ -like 'SMTP:*'})-replace 'SMTP:'
		"Mailbox Size (MB)" = $Size.totalitemsizeMB
        "Item Count" = $Size.itemcount
	}
})|Select Name,"Primary Email Address", "All Email Addresses","Mailbox Size (MB)", "Item Count"|Sort-Object Name

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However if I try to export to CSV using the following code the All email addresses column does not contain the needed information.  It displays system.object[] instead.

$(Foreach ($Mailbox in (Get-Mailbox -ResultSize Unlimited)|? {($_.PrimarySMTPAddress.Domain -eq "domain.com") -or ($_.emailaddresses -like '*domain.com')}){
$Size = Get-MailboxStatistics $Mailbox.Alias | Select @{N="totalitemsizeMB";E={'{0:f2}' -f ($_.TotalItemSize.Value.ToBytes()/1MB)}},itemcount
	New-Object PSObject -Property @{
		Name = $Mailbox.Displayname
		"Primary Email Address" = $Mailbox.Primarysmtpaddress
        "All Email Addresses" = ($Mailbox.emailaddresses|? {$_ -like 'SMTP:*'})-replace 'SMTP:'
		"Mailbox Size (MB)" = $Size.totalitemsizeMB
        "Item Count" = $Size.itemcount
	}
})|Select Name,"Primary Email Address", "All Email Addresses","Mailbox Size (MB)", "Item Count"|Sort-Object Name|export-csv "C:\test.csv" -notypeinformation

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Qlemo earned 500 total points
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With cmdlets potentially generating a lot of data it is usually no good idea to use them in subexpressions (  $(foreach ...) ). You should try to avoid that, and I don't see any reason why you switched from my code example to that.
Get-Mailbox -ResultSize unlimited |
  ? { ($_.PrimarySMTPAddress.Domain -eq "domain.com") -or ($_.emailaddresses -like '*domain.com') } | % {
    $MailBox = $_
    $Size = Get-MailboxStatistics $Mailbox.Alias | Select @{N="totalitemsizeMB";E={'{0:f2}' -f ($_.TotalItemSize.Value.ToBytes()/1MB)}},itemcount
    New-Object PSObject -Property @{
      Name = $Mailbox.Displayname
      "Primary Email Address" = $Mailbox.Primarysmtpaddress
      "All Email Addresses" = ($Mailbox.emailaddresses | ? {$_ -like 'SMTP:*'}) -replace 'SMTP:' -join ';'
      "Mailbox Size (MB)" = $Size.totalitemsizeMB
      "Item Count" = $Size.itemcount
    }
} | Select Name,"Primary Email Address", "All Email Addresses","Mailbox Size (MB)", "Item Count" |
  Sort-Object Name |
  Export-Csv -NoType "C:\test.csv"

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The issue with "All EMail Addresses" was that is was a collection of strings; the console output (the implicit out-string called before you see output) tries to enumerate the values (and hence shows them), but other cmdlets do not. So we had to make it a single string containing all data; I chose to use a semicolon as delimiter.
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