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How to move one folder to another using powershell?

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I have a requirement to move one folder, and all its contents to a new parent (it can be a subfolder under this parent) for a specified group users (DL membership or SG)
I would like to do this with powershell.
any ideas?
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How to Run Eseutil /Y in Copy File Mode
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997046(EXCHG.65).aspx

Move-StorageGroupPath
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997256.aspx

hope that this helps
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Unfortuneately neither of those are pertinent to what I am asking for..
I needing to know if there is a powershell cmdlet/command that will allow me to move a specific folder , within a mailbox, to another folder , within that same mailbox.
(and do this for a specified group of users, piping from DL membership or a Storage Group.
eg. Move all items from INBOX\SOURCE  to INBOX\DESTINATION , so when a user expands the INBOX\DESTINATION folder it now contains a subfolder called SOURCE , and all of SOURCES contents.

thanks
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I dont think so it can be done using shell as it can export or import or restore or move but may be what you want would require manual process.
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Any Updates ?
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Can be done using EWS.
thanks for your attempts.
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