The Get-DistributionGroupMember cmdlet gives information about the members in a specified distribution group. Distribution groups usually consist of a list of members to simplify the mailing process and group share activities.
Examples of Get-DistributionGroupMember cmdlets:
This cmdlet fetches information about all the current members in the distribution group HR.
Using the -ViewEntireForest parameter in this cmdlet, we can set the search scope to the entire forest in which the Marketing distribution group is located. This cmdlet searches and returns all the members in this distribution group across the forest.
While scripting these PowerShell codes you must be very cautious about the parameters you add and the PowerShell settings as they may vary from one environment to the other. Not all cmdlets are common for both the Exchange on-premises and online platforms. With Exchange Reporter Plus reports, there is no need to worry about cmdlet syntaxes or parameters. They are easy to generate and insightful.
Exchange Reporter Plus offers distribution group members list for Exchange Server and various other details on distribution lists for both Exchange Server and Exchange Online. Below given are 5 simple steps to generate the distribution list members report.
The report gets generated once these inputs are given. It is that simple!
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