Get all SMTP Address from Public Folders or Groups or anything in Exchange!

Here is a quick one, just change your mail domain where it says “MyDomain.com”

Public Folders Only:

Get-recipient -RecipientTypeDetails PublicFolder | select Name -ExpandProperty EmailAddresses | ? {$_.SMTPAddress -like “*MyDomain.com*”} | select Name, SMTPAddress

To pump to CSV:

Add this to the end: | Export-CSV C:\Filename.csv

Other  RecipientTypeDetails types? Just change the RecipientTypeDetails to one or more of the following (comma delimited):

  • MailUniversalDistributionGroup
  • MailUniversalSecurityGroup
  • DynamicDistributionGroup
  • MailNonUniversalGroup
  • MailUser
  • UserMailbox
  • PublicFolder
  • MailContact
  • DiscoveryMailbox
  • SharedMailbox
  • RoomMailbox
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About Eric

My name is Eric Weintraub. I am an IT Professional with over 12 years of real world experience. I currently work as a Senior IT Manager for a large software company that develops products for Information Technology workers. Professionally, I love what I do and it shows in my work. Personally, I enjoy technology as a whole. Enterprise Technology, Social Media, and Mobile technologies are all things I follow. I also love to play golf, go snowboarding, cook, love to eat, and read. Also big on photography, check out my recent photography at http://www.ericweintraubphotography.com and also Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ericweintraub/. As much as I don’t have a lot of free time, I always come across things that I believe could help others. I just wanted to be able to share what I find with others. Thanks for reading the blog, please setup a RSS feed and keep in touch! Eric Weintraub

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