Export Public Folder email address Exchange 2010

Hello, I'm looking for a powershell command/script that will export all mail enabled public folders and their associated email address. Ideally to CSV
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Amit KumarCommented:
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Powershell Command is: Get-MailPublicFolder | Export-Csv "c:\publicfolder.csv"
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Specifically to have name and email address use the below command...

Get-MailPublicFolder -ResultSize "unlimited" | select name, primarysmtpaddress | Export-csv "c:\filename.csv" -nti

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vmdudeAuthor Commented:
Perfect. Thanks Will
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