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How can I use the Exmerge command to import .PST files directly into a user's Exchange Server 2010 mailbox?

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How can I use the Exmerge command to import .PST files directly into a user's Exchange Server 2010 mailbox?

Please provide me with the exact steps.

Exchange 2010 is running within Server 2011 for Small Business Server.

I have been told that while there are several ways of importing .PST files directly into a user's Exchange Server 2010, I need to use the Exmerge command to get this done.

Please provide me with the exact steps on how to do this, especially since I am very new to using Exchange Server.
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you cannot use exmerge anymore with exchange 2010, you will need to use new-importrequest

here is an article that will guide you through it step by step
http://www.zerohoursleep.com/2010/11/export-and-import-mailboxes-in-exchange-2010-sp1/
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Does anyone else have any further comments or suggestions?
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can you please explain which part of my reply didn't meet your requirements so I know how to help
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