I would like to get a list of distribution groups and their members, possible out put excel spread sheet. Has anyone tried this before or any ideals where I should start.
on 02/23/2013 – Made popular on 02/23/2013
Hi I'm pretty new to powershell so I might be going about this completely wrong but I have to dump all our companies Distribution groups, their nested groups, and the users of those groups into a csv or txt file.
In Exchange 2010, if you make an end user a distribution list owner they are capable of managing that list via OWA. However, the default MyDistributionGroups management role that gets assigned gives too many rights. The user would be allowed to not only manage their group but create and delete other distribution groups.
At the beginning of the year the members of the "All Employees" distribution list is invited to the quarterly company meetings. The problem is that when a new employee is hired on and their mailbox is created and added to the "All Employees" distribution list they arn't automatically invited to the meetings. Is there a way to set this up?