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March 24
Enumerate Incoming E-Mail lists
As I've been working through some Incoming E-Mail issues I realized there is no easy way to find out which lists and libraries are enabled for Incoming E-Mail or what addresses are being used.  I decided to try my hand at writing a little something to address that issue.  It's a small console app that walks through the lists and libraries and reports the ones that have email addresses.  It's pretty simple.  Go ahead and download it and let me know what you think.
 
tk

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Still get a binding error.

Still get a binding error when I try to run the .exe on any system.
Pop
 on 3/25/2008 11:22 AM

Re: Still get a binding error.

That's a documentation error on my part.  Sorry.  This program uses the SharePoint Object Model so it will only work on a SharePoint server in the farm you're querying.

tk
Todd O. KlindtNo presence information on 3/25/2008 3:17 PM

Works Great!

Thanks for the app, does just what I was looking for.
-DB
 on 5/21/2008 12:17 PM

Re: Works Great!

That's what I like to hear.  I forgot about this.  I need to make it an STSADM extension.  Thanks for the reminder.

tk
Todd O. KlindtNo presence information on 5/22/2008 10:17 PM

Only works at site collection level

I have been looking for something to pull email enabled lists as we have had some quirky issues with email delivery to lists stopping. I'm finding I can only get to work when I use url http://<Webappname>/sites/<sitecollectionname>.
This is a good step for me and maybe I can combine it to work with an enumeration of sitecollections. We currently have 1,300 site collections on one of our farms.

John
 on 8/16/2008 7:09 PM

Re: Only works at site collection level

Sorry about that.  It does not seem to walk through the site collections.  I'll see about fixing that.

tk
Todd KlindtNo presence information on 8/19/2008 9:27 AM

here it is almost a year later and still no recursion

leave Shane alone for a while and help us out...

 on 7/2/2009 5:37 PM

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