Move Mailbox without "Deleted Items" folder

We are migration mailboxes from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2013.

How can I move mailboxes without the "Deleted Items" folder, I don't see any parameter in New-MoveRequest that exclude folders.
nourbenAsked:
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David CarrCommented:
You cannot exclude folders. Please note that deleted items are not transferred to Exchange 2013 during a migration.
nourbenAuthor Commented:
I already move Pilot users (about 50 including myself) and their deleted Items in the folder moved.
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
In Exchange 2007 and earlier versions the Transport Dumpster was not part of the mailbox move. However in Exchange 2010/2013 the Dumpster also gets moved during the migration. So to answer your question you cannot exclude folders before or during the move process.

Will.

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