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Exporting email addresses into .CSV of around 20 mailboxes?

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Hi guys,

If we wanted to export the email addresses of lets say around 20 mailboxes into a .CSV, how would we do that in Exchange 2010 shell?

For example, if we have a list of the name of the mailboxes like the below, then what would be the best way to export their email addresses without having to do each one individually?

F600,
F601,
F605,
F606,
F607

Thanks a lot
Yashy
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If you have the list of users/mailboxes in a list.   Name the list mailboxes.txt  Your exchange shell command will be

 Get-Content "c:\filepath\mailboxes.txt" | Get-Mailbox | Ft SamAccountName, EmailAddress | out-file "c:\temp\emailaddresses.csv"
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by:Tej Pratap Shukla ~Dexter
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Hi,
Run below command in EMS to export email addresses to CSV file:
Get-Mailbox -ResultSize Unlimited |Select-Object DisplayName,ServerName,PrimarySmtpAddress, @{Name=“EmailAddresses”;Expression={$_.EmailAddresses |Where-Object {$_.PrefixString -ceq “smtp”} | ForEach-Object {$_.SmtpAddress}}} | Export-Csv c:\mailbox_alias.csv

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Fabulous guys, thanks for your help.
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by:Todd Nelson
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First, create a CSV file with a list of the users you want to output email addresses for.  I called the file "MailboxList.csv".  The CSV must have a header and look similar to this...

Mailboxes
User1
User2
User3

Next run these two commands...

The first will import the information using "MailboxList.csv" into an array.

$MyAddresses = Import-Csv "C:\MailboxList.csv" | ForEach-Object { Get-Recipient -Identity $_.Mailboxes | select Name, Alias, PrimarySmtpAddress }


The second will use the array to output the name, alias and primary email address into a CSV file for each of the users you provided in "MailboxList.csv".

$MyAddresses | Export-Csv "C:\MyEmailAddresses.csv" -NoTypeInformation


Hope this helps.
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