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PowerShell "merge into ONE mailbox" -- Exchange 2007 ?

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How can I change the below Exchange 2007
PowerShell command so it puts all mail
into ONE INBOX ?

Currently it creates the attached 100+ mailboxes,
one for each user, and I then have to manually
open each mailbox or do a search to consoliate
the emails into one location.

get-mailbox
–Database CorpMail |
Export-Mailbox
–SubjectKeywords "abc123"
–TargetMailbox myMailbox
–TargetFolder 'MyData'
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Try using -AllowMerge parameter with Export-Mailbox, if it doesn't work for you then you need to create a outlook rule to move al emails to single folder.

Ref :http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998579.aspx
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Looks like "AllowMerge" is in 2007 SP1, not 2007, correct ?
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Yes.. It's a new feature added in SP1
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