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Exchange 2010 Distribution List Reports

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We have an Exchange 2010 SP2 environment.  I would like to generate some type of report that can tell me who can modify members of Distribution Groups.
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Run this Command in Powershell

Get-DistributionGroup |fl name,managedby
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Thank you!
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