I am needing to generate a list of shared mailboxes with their mail security groups and their owners. I have scouted Google numerous times including asking ChatGPT but this is the closest I could get.
Exporting shared mailboxes, mail security groups, and their owners usually involves using PowerShell in Microsoft Exchange Online or on-premises Exchange servers. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to achieve this:
1. Connect to Exchange Online PowerShell (for Office 365) or Exchange Management Shell (for on-premises Exchange):
For Exchange Online (Office 365): ```powershell Connect-ExchangeOnline ```
For on-premises Exchange, open the Exchange Management Shell with administrative privileges.
Note: Make sure to replace "C:\Path\To\Export\" with the desired path where you want to save the CSV files. Also, ensure that you have the necessary permissions to run these PowerShell commands and access the required data.
Keep in mind that the exact PowerShell cmdlet names or properties may vary depending on your Exchange version and configuration. If you encounter any issues or need to adapt the script for your specific environment, consult the Microsoft documentation or seek assistance from an Exchange administrator or IT expert.
The issue I am getting with executing the commands from section 1 is the following errorDoesn't represent a unique recipientwhich I get several lines of and fails to generate the report. Does anyone know a better of going about this or to get PowerShell to ignore unique names?