Powershell Script to List Domain Admins with Mailboxes in Exchange 2010


Do you know Powershell command or script I can use to list Domain Admins with Mailboxes in Exchange 2010

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Tom CieslikIT EngineerCommented:
For example this one.
You will get Domain admin, Group name in DC and Last Logged time

Get-ADGroupMember "Domain ADmins" | Get-AdUser -Property LastLogonDate | select name,distinguishedName,LastLogonDate

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makel2Author Commented:
Hi thanks for that but will the PowerShell command also show that the Group member also has a Mailbox?
Tom CieslikIT EngineerCommented:
You can try this one

$mailboxes = @(Get-ADGroupMember "Domain Admins" | ForEach-Object { get-mailbox $_.distinguishedname })

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This will work if all members has mailbox
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Try below code from active directory PowerShell (will work on 2008 R2 / 2012 DCs)
The script will check all members of domain admins and export output only for those users who have mailbox by looking homeMDB attribute

Import-Module ActiveDirectory -ErrorAction Stop

$grpmember = Get-ADGroupMember "Domain admins"

foreach ($member in $grpmember) {

Get-ADUser -Identity $member.SamAccountName -Properties Name, homeMDB | ? {$_.homeMDB -ne $null} | Select Name, homeMDB | Export-Csv C:\mbx.csv -Append -Force -NTI


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Senior IT System EngineerIT ProfessionalCommented:
Mahesh, does the Power Shell script can be executed on Exchange 2013 or 2016 as well ?
The script can be executed from any server where AD PowerShell module is available
So does your exchange servers also have ad PowerShell module so you can execute from there as well
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