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How extract email from active directory from built in queries?

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Hi.  Is there a way I can extract users email using the built in Queries?  Thanks in advance.
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Question by:Victor_Torres
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by:Will Szymkowski
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You can use powershell to accomplish this. What version of Exchange are you running? For Exchange 2007 use Export-mailbox cmdlet. For Exchange 2010/2013 use New-MailboxExportRequest cmdlet.

If you need assistance let me know and I can help.

Will.
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Guy Lidbetter earned 500 total points
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Hi Victor,

Your question title says from active directory. If you mean the assigned email address you can use powershell on a DC or pc with admin tools installed.

Import-module activedirectory
Get-ADUser -resultsize Unlimited -properties mail | select Name, mail

Regards
Guy
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