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I want to get list of email users in each AD site. I am running exchange 2007

can I run any command on my exchange or active directory
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Something similar to this? ...

Get-ExchangeServer | Where-Object { $_.Site -like "*headquarters*" } | Get-Mailbox | Select-Object Name,PrimarySmtpAddress | Export-Csv C:\Mailboxes.csv -NoTypeInformation

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You may have to enter the name of each site but it should suffice.
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Get-StorageGroup -Identity "server name\First storage Group" | Get-MailboxDataBase | get-mailbox

cant I use something like this
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Sure to get mailboxes in a specific storage group.  Storage groups aren't always tied to an AD site.  You said you needed a list of email users in each AD site.  Did I understand that correctly?
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by:Brian Murphy
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What version of AD?  This should work on 2008 AD level and above.

It will export all the user information from Exchange using the AD Attributes.  Then save as XLSX then filter or sort.

Get-AdUser -Filter * -Properties UserPrincipalName, Name, EmailAddress | Select-Object UserPrincipalName, Name, EmailAddress | Export-CSV -Path C:\Admin\UsersSMTP<date>.csv -NoTypeInformation
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