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Is there a way to dump a list of the distribution groups in Exchange 2007 and the associated owner (person who has the ability to add/remove users)?
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This powershell script should be able to help you out with your needs

ref link:https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Export-all-distribution-707c27eb
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Todd Nelson earned 2000 total points
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This command should output to a CSV file all distribution groups with who it is managed by and if the group is open or closed.  If join restriction is closed, then only the managers are able to add group members. If depart restriction is open, any one can leave the group at any time.  By default the settings for join is closed and depart is open.

Get-DistributionGroup | Select-Object Name,@{Expression={$_.ManagedBy};Label="ManagedBy";},MemberJoinRestriction,MemberDepartRestriction | Export-Csv C:\DistroOwners.csv -NoTypeInformation

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by:pramod1
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i just want list of the distribution groups in Exchange 2007 and the associated owner
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Very well use Todd's and take off MemberJoinrestriction and Memberdepartrestriction

Get-DistributionGroup | Select-Object Name,@{Expression={$_.ManagedBy};Label="ManagedBy";} | Export-Csv C:\DistroOwners.csv -NoTypeInformation
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