Exchange 2007 Legal Export

I need some assistance here.
I'm needing to export emails to and from a certain email address and this doesn't seem to be grabbing them.
Get-mailbox -database "Mailbox Database" | export-mailbox -ContentKeywords "johndoe@john.com" -TargetFolder "\Discovery" -TargetMailbox legadiscovery

If I do a search by say, my name it finds it in the body of the message and exports correctly, but I'm needing to capture all emails from both sender and receiver. If I use the email address requested it doesn't turn up anything. Even though there's quite a few in a few peoples mailboxes.

Any help would be great!
DCC JaxAsked:
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
What i would recommend trying is using the "AllContentKeywords" parameter to see if you get better results.

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DCC JaxAuthor Commented:
So do:
Get-mailbox -database "Mailbox Database" | export-mailbox -AllContentKeywords "johndoe@john.com" -TargetFolder "\Discovery" -TargetMailbox legadiscovery
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DCC JaxAuthor Commented:
When using -AllContentKeywords it doesn't narrow the search down to anything related to the email addresss, it's like it's grabbing everything.
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Yeah that is correct.

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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
It should work the same way but it also searches the Subject as well as the Message Body and attachment content.

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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
You could also run 2 different ones using -SenderKeyWords and another one for -RecipientKeyWords.

Unfortunately with Exchange 2007 you do not have as much flexibility as you do with 2010/2013.

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DCC JaxAuthor Commented:
If I use -SenderKeywords I'm able to get everything that was received into the organization, but can't seem to get both directions incoming and outgoing related to the address.
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DCC JaxAuthor Commented:
Sorry, just now noticed your comment about -RecipientKeyWords! Thanks! That gets exactly what I want!
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Excellent.

Glad to help!

Will.
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