Get Calendar permissions for all users in a specific OU and output to CSV

Hi, got a exchange 2010 server, need to output this to migrate perms to o365
Get Calendar permissions for all users in a specific OU and output to CSV

Also need to do the same for send on behalf permissions for all users in specified and output to csv
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Tom CieslikIT EngineerCommented:
I don't know how to make CSV file but this script is making txt file with coma delimiter so you can easily import to Excel and save as CSV

$boxen = get-mailbox -Resultsize Unlimited
foreach ($box in $boxen) {
    $addresses = $box.EmailAddresses
    foreach ( $address in $addresses ) {
        [string]$ID = $address.AddressString
        write-host ID1 $ID
        $ID += ":\Calendar"
        $permissions = get-mailboxfolderpermission $ID
        write-host ID: $ID
        foreach ( $perm in $permissions ) {
            $mailbox = $address
            $granteduser = $perm.User
            $access = $perm.AccessRights
            $identity = $perm.Identity
            $valid = $perm.IsValid
            if ( $identity -ne "Anonymous" ) {
                $outstring = "$mailbox,$granteduser,$identity,$access,$valid`n"
                $output += $outstring
                write-host $outstring
set-content C:\temp\out.txt $output

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save it as permissions.ps1 and run in powershell


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Alan CoxSr. Architect | ConsultingCommented:
Permissions do migrate if you use aad connect and hybrid which is the way I would migrate.
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