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Copy files to Exchange 2016 Public Folder

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We need a script or batch that we can schedule that will copy a User file to an Exchange 2016 Public Folder. We have been able to drag-and-drop the file there, but the User is not always available to do that. Is there a script available that can accomplish this?
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not via vbs or batch (since EX2010)

shiould be possible via Powershell.
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