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Powershell Exchange Script

Posted on 2014-02-28
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Hi Experts,

I have the following code:

Export-Mailbox –Identity "Mail" -PSTFolderPath C:\Mail\mail.user -Confirm:$false

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I would like to add the creation date to the pst file that is created. Is this possible? Any help will be appreciated.

Regards,

introlux
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Should be able to do this.

$Today= Get-Date -format M-d-yyyy
Export-Mailbox –Identity "Mail" -PSTFolderPath C:\Mail\mail.user-$today -Confirm:$false
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That will work but what if it is run the same day? this will overwrite the file. How can we timestamp this too?
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$now = [datetime]::now.ToString('dd-MM-yyyy-HHMM')
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Thanks!
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