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trouble importing pst into mailbox exchange 2010

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hi,

i have tried to import a pst into a mailbox by using outlook however outlook kept on crashing.  scanpst found errors and repaired them, though outlook still crashed.  i could see people advising using the PS to import the mailbox

to do so, i have added the permissions required to the administrator account, and have executed:

New-MailboxImportRequest -Mailbox james -Filepath \\localhost\b$\james.pst

this command has executed without error and has output:

name                                   mailbox                        status
MailboxImport                [correct mailbox]             queued



how can i either process the queue, or check the status of it?
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