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export Exchange 2010 mailbox to PST

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Hi!

Quick question. I'd like to export mailboxes from Exchange 2010 to PST files but before i do it I want to make sure it keeps the folder structure. Meaning if a user manually created a folder FollowUp it needs to stay there after I export the mailbox.

I will be using New-MailboxExportRequest

Please, advise

Thanks
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It is a COMPLETE export replicating what you would see in outlook. EXACTLY the same layout.
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If you use the command, the mailbox will stay intact exactly how it is currently in the live database. It will keep the folder structure
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by:Elmar-H
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Use New-ManagementRoleAssignment –Role “Mailbox Import Export” –User “Jourusername”
To give you the rights for export. Then execute Export-Mailbox –Identity *USER* –PSTFolderPath *Path* to export the mailbox. Its the original structure!
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