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How do I import multiple PST's in Exchange 2010 SP1?

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I  have a client I am moving off of sendmail. The were using PST's for thier mailboxes and we need to import multiple PST's at once into the mailboxes that have been created for them in exchange 2010 SP1. I know the process has changed for the way it was done pre sp1, and we can do them on at a time but given that we have hundreds of mailboxes in PST's I really dont want to go through one at a time and do them. Can a wild card be used?  
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Actually these instructions no longer apply, The process was completly changed by microsoft after SP1. The commands are different the requirements are different. etc etc.
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please go over this post of mine  it will save me a lot of rewriting
www.zerohoursleep.com/2010/11/export-and-import-mailboxes-in-exchange-2010-sp1/
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