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Hello Everyone:)

I need a list of mailboxes on my Exchange server that includes:

- DisplayName
- Alias
- Primary SMPT-Address
- Premissions = This is actually the most important part of the evaluation I need

I should also be able to export this to CSV.

Any ideas how to do this in Powershell?
Gian NefAsked:
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Jose Gabriel Ortega CEE Solution Guide - CEO Faru Bonon ITCommented:
For screen:
get-Mailbox | ft DisplayName,Alias, primarysmtpaddress

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#Object (change ft to select)
get-Mailbox | Select DisplayName,Alias, primarysmtpaddress

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#Export CSV
get-Mailbox | Select DisplayName,Alias,userprincipalname, primarysmtpaddress | Export-Csv -NoTypeInformation -LiteralPath  "E:\123\file.csv"

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Gian NefAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the quick respon.


Is there no way to export the permissions with?

This is actually the most important part of the evaluation I need
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Jose Gabriel Ortega CEE Solution Guide - CEO Faru Bonon ITCommented:
What kind of permissions do you neeD?

jose
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Gian NefAuthor Commented:
I need to know who has full access to the appropriate accounts.

Gian
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Jose Gabriel Ortega CEE Solution Guide - CEO Faru Bonon ITCommented:
Hi jean there are ways to get that information but is not compatible with the format you want and would require much more work

Get-MailboxPermission  | select identity,AccessRights | where{ $_.AccessRights -eq "FullAccess"}

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Gian NefAuthor Commented:
Couldn't you put this command in a loop and then read out the result?
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Jose Gabriel Ortega CEE Solution Guide - CEO Faru Bonon ITCommented:
The point is that you need to do a combination of the output from one cmdlet with the other to get what you want.
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Gian NefAuthor Commented:
I have solved the problem with this code.
Get-Mailbox | Get-MailboxPermission | Select {$_.AccessRights}, Deny, InheritanceType, User, Identity, IsInherited, IsValid | Export-Csv C:\test_permission.csv

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I just have to sort everything a little bit but the result is what I wanted. It may not display the address but the identity and that's enough for the required result:)

Thank you for your support

- Gian
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Jose Gabriel Ortega CEE Solution Guide - CEO Faru Bonon ITCommented:
Np don't forget to end the question by selecting any useful answer you could have got.
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