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I am trying to find the correct way to use the shell command to create a PST of the users entire outlook 2010. I was told the one I found was for 2007? Not sure what would be different but I was told there was a difference. I have access to the exchange console and wanted to create a PST of the users outlook.
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You need to run it from Exchange EMS, check this guide how to do it:

http://exchangeserverpro.com/export-mailboxes-exchange-server-2010-sp1/
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This is exactly what I wanted. Thanks. My only other question would be what book will give me the latest shell commands for exchange 2010? Thanks so much for your help. I am done and it worked great.
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