Recipient Address Report (Formally ProxyAddressCount)

Features:     1) This script Creates a TXT and CSV file with the following information:         a) TXT file: Recipient Address Statistics        b) CSV file: Output of everyone's SMTP proxy addresses. Instructions:    1) Run this from "regular" PowerShell.  Exchange Management

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  • Office 365 and Server 2012
    2 Posts | Last post October 10, 2015
    • Will this script work if there is no on-premise Exchange server?  All mail is on Office365.  I want to get a list of all proxyaddresses for all users from active directory.
    • In its current form, it does not accept credentials for an exo connection, though it wouldn't take much to adjust the connection string. 
  • Lync SIP
    1 Posts | Last post August 26, 2015
    • Hi Mike,
      I like your powershell very much
      I was wondering if there was a way to include a users Lync SIP address
      Thank you
  • Remote * mailbox
    2 Posts | Last post June 01, 2015
    • Hi,
      Is there a way to include the remote shared mailboxes and the remote user mailboxes (O365..) in the results please?
      I couldn't find the recipient types that could be included in the script (InScopeRecipients)
    • Nevermind, I found it.
      If you want to export all the Remote mailboxes and contacts, you have to edit the script to export 2 more recipient types; "Mailuser" and "Mailcontact". 
  • Multiple Cas Boxes
    2 Posts | Last post April 28, 2015
    • Hi,
      How would I edit this to search 2 CAS boxes and append the results?
      Looking to automate it.
    • Line 78 runs get-recipient. This cmdlet returns returns recipients for the given AD domain.  If you want to expand the scope to include other AD domains in the forest, add the -IgnoreDefaultScope parameter after get-recipient.  Any CAS server in the domain would return the same results.