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Transferring contents from one Calendar (room Resource) to another in Exchange 2013

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In Exchange 2007, using outlook 2007 it was possible to select and export all contents of a Public Folder and re-import that into another Public Folder.

Now in Exchange 2013 these have been replaced by Room Resource and I'm not clear how I transfer things from one room resource to another.
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Resource rooms mailboxes on Exchange 2013 have to be managed using accounts that have Exchange 2013 mailboxes.

Moving Exchange Server 2013 Mailboxes:
http://exchangeserverpro.com/moving-exchange-server-2013-mailboxes/

You may also get help from this earlier thread:
https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28268391/Migrate-Exchange2010-to-2013-resources-room-mailbox.html

Exchange2013: Create and manage room mailboxes and Room lists
http://msexchangeguru.com/2014/05/28/room-mailboxes-room-lists/

Create and Manage Room Mailboxes

Export the calendar from the source mailbox and import it into the target mailbox.  It takes a PST in the middle:

New-MailboxExportRequest -Mailbox <Source> -FilePath <PST Name> -IncludeFolders "#Calendar#"

New-MailboxImportRequest -Mailbox <Target> -FilePath <PST Name> -IncludeFolders "#Calendar#"

New-MailboxExportRequest

New-MailboxImportRequest

Hope this helps!
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At the end I used File =>Import Export function from the GUI  to export the contents and re-import into a new Calendar.
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