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I'm open to different methods, from scripting to open source software, but I need a list of all active directory users, and some settings about them, specifically, the Exchange Advanced tab's settings.

How can I do this?

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Check out the Quest AD PowerShell addins. They are free and should be able to pull all that info.

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I can't download anything from this site. – MAW74656 Jan 13 '11 at 15:26
Strange, it appears to be working for me today. I downloaded from – mrdenny Jan 18 '11 at 7:49

I downloaded and used ADManager Plus to get the desired information. It had a report already made to find hidden mailboxes in exchange. The demo period is 30 days and then the product goes into limited mode, but worked like a charm today.

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