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    Question Help with a Powershell command

    Hi all. I'm trying to figure out a Powershell command I can use to get me the following information in a csv file. I'm not really proficient in powershell so this is extremely difficult. I'm just trying to find something that some has already used that I can give a try. I've tried this - https://gallery.technet.microsoft.co...e-and-3f408172 - and this - https://gallery.technet.microsoft.co...eport-c805970e - but haven't figured out how to edit them to do what I want or give me what I need. Any ideas? Again, all I need is what you see below for my entire organization. We have an Exchange 2007 server.

    DisplayName Company PrimarySmtpAddress Alias TotalItemSize(MB) Full Access Rights SendOnBehalf

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    hi, PowerShell can also run all the standard CMD commands (apart from internal commands), plus VBScript and Resource kit utilities.

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    Ultimate Member rraehal's Avatar
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    It looks like you want to pull information from exchange. If that is the case you must connect to the exchange server before trying to pull information. See this article to establish the connection to the exchange server: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/...hg.160%29.aspx

    Is your exchange server controlled by your active directory? If so you may have this information in attributes in both the directory and exchange.
    -- Mathias

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