A common scenario in business is you are asked to add an email address to a particular user. You try to do so and receive a message that the address is already in use, but you are not told WHICH user has the mailbox.
Back in the Exchange 2003 days I could find this fairly easily with about 20 lines of vbscript code. Finding the same solution in PowerShell was eluding me.
So after a bunch of reading and research I finally have the solution. This is so much easier in PowerShell since it is only one command. Now if I could just get passed my mental blocks on finding the commands....
The below code will find and report which user mailbox has the email id "email@example.com", so just replace the email address with the address you are searching on.