Google Apps, List all email aliases


There used to be a report somewhere in the Google apps admin interface that allowed you to draw down a report of all aliases registered to users, but I just can't find it anymore.

I did find references to using the Google Apps shell, and a GUI written in Python called "gasi", but I'm getting nowhere fast with that approach.

I need to have an export of all of these aliases, so that I can be sure they are all matched up in our new Office 365 account so that none will be missed when I switch over (hopefully tonight).

If anybody can direct me to where that report lives now, or some way to extract that list via API, I'd greatly appreciate it!!!

Jon JaquesInformation TechnologistAsked:
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Jon JaquesInformation TechnologistAuthor Commented:
Hmmm, I guess I do see that that is the correct API function to extract aliases, which means that I could write some script that gets the list of users, and then enumerates each user, and gets their aliases. I'm hoping I don't have to write that code, though, just to throw it away when I'm done, especially while I have so much else going on right now.

It's just frustrating because I know this report used to exist before, and now it seems that the only way to produce the same list of information is to manually code it.
Regrets, I do not do code.  Maybe someone else will help.
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