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export the list of mailboxes that a EX2010 Dynamic Distro will use when a Custom Recipient Filter is applied, then pipe it into a CSV file

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I have found simple PS scripts that will work but only with an std OU filter, not using a Custom Recipient Filter on the Distro.

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Russ
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https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb232019(v=exchg.141).aspx explains how to accomplish this in EMC and in Powershell. It's fairly simple to do, you just need to make use of the -recipientpreviewfilter switch on get-mailbox. They example they give includes OU information, but if your DDG does not limit itself by OU, you can just remove the Organizational unit portion of the command and it will check against the whole domain.
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Thamks Adam, your link was helpful. We also did find a PS script that someone had created that would produce the CSV for us as well.
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for the future, though, you can usually build up a CSV by piping output from any cmdlet to the export-csv cmdlet like this:

$MarketingGroup = Get-DynamicDistributionGroup "Marketing Group"
Get-Recipient -RecipientPreviewFilter $MarketingGroup.RecipientFilter | export-csv <filename>

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