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Export-mailbox to .PST vs. Outlook manual export to .PST

Posted on 2011-02-28
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Hi,

I'm about to recreate one mailbox that is corrupted and I'm just wondering what is the difference between the following two action assuming both of them is done manually (not scripted):

1. using Powershell Export-Mailbox to PST
2. opening the account using Outlook 2007 and then manually Export to PST

both of the above steps then followed by account delete & create and the reverse action (import-mailbox and Outlook import).

I know that the user permission and setting must be done manually (eg. taking the screenshot from Exchange Server and then manually applied it).

Thanks.
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Export-Mailbox can also capture the items from the dumpster area.
So you can end up with more mail than was visible in Outlook.
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ah ok, so it is more thorough and complete than it is from Outlook export ?
dumpster  --. do you mean deleted message and corrupted email / calendar item ?
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I mean all data able to be picked up when the reg key DumpsterAlwaysOn is used in Outlook.

Normally able to be seen only from the Deleted Items folder, but exists for all outlook folders.
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ah.. ok, so if i do the export-mailbox during the business hour from Exchange server will the user get notice or offline ?
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The users will not see anything, or be impacted by the export.
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cool because it is done at the server level.
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thanks !
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