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powershell getting user in sub-OU's

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I have a powershell script that goes and gets

Import-Csv c:\importfile.csv | ForEach-Object {
    Get-Mailbox $_.'User-email' | where {$_.organizationalunit -LIKE "Microsoft.com/User Accounts/"}

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presently I get users only in the user accounts OU. What I would like to do is grab any user in a sub ou under User accounts.
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The below will get all users in that OU and the sub OUs

Get-ADuser -filter * -searchbase "ou=User Accounts,dc=microsoft,dc=com"
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by:Britt Thompson
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You can add in an additional -NE "Microsoft.com/Accounts" and use a * after the last / in your -like statement
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