Exchange 2013 Email addresses

Hi I Need to Find all the email addresses only, that were received into an Exchange 2013 mailbox, is this possible in Power shell to do and export them to a csv so i can use as a group mail shot
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Interesting question.  You will have to refer to the MessageTracking logs.  Even so, you're only limited with all the information in the available log files.  I think by default, the retention time for the message tracking log file is 30 days.

Also, since it's an Exchange 2013, I think you might have flushed out these logs a few times before unless if circular logging is enabled which delete earlier log files.

Here is an example:

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There is no way to extract all the email addresses that's ever received by Exchange because the log is limited to 30 days by default.  Example of outputting the log file in powershell provided.
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