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Import from pst back to user mailbox

Posted on 2013-10-23
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I try to import from pst file some folder to my users. the folder is one of the personal folder created by the user (it's sub sub folder.

Folder Level 1>
             Folder level 2>
                           Folder Level 3>

I try to restore Folder Level 3 and it can be restore to the under the root folder no issue for it.

I'm using:
New-MailboxImportRequest -Mailbox USER -FilePath \\SERVER\Exchangemailbox\USER.pst -IncludeFolders "#Folder Level1/Folder Level2/Folder Level3#"

No error all finished (i.e. Complete 100% but nothing imported the folder Level 3 has data as I open it on Outlook on other computer, what I'm doing wrong?
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This solution not give me the option to import one folder from the whole pst file it give option to import full pst to mailbox, I need just one folder from the whole pst.
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well, I guess you can extract it after
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I found the problem no need the # it looks like that and all goes to the right folder:

New-MailboxImportRequest -Mailbox USER -FilePath \\SERVER\Exchangemailbox\USER.pst -IncludeFolders "Folder Level1/Folder Level2/Folder Level3"
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I found the solution after some work I done
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