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I am running New-MailboxRepairRequest -Mailbox jerry@domain.com ( exchange 2010)

it says commandlet not correct, what wrong I am typing
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Tom CieslikIT Engineer
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Try specify corruption type parameter.
Try this

New-MailboxRepairRequest -Mailbox jerry@domain.com -CorruptionType ProvisionedFolder,SearchFolder,AggregateCounts,Foldervie

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user oof is not working correctly so should I use above command

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last word is folderview?

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it says the term newmailboxrepairrequest is not recognized as name of commandlet
Tom CieslikIT Engineer
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New-MailboxRepairRequest -Mailbox jerry@domain.com -CorruptionType ProvisionedFolder,SearchFolder,AggregateCounts,Folderview

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Remember to use EXCHANGE Powerschell not Windows Powerschell

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yes I am using ems but can it be permission issue as I don't see full receipient, server configuration

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on EMC
Tom CieslikIT Engineer
Distinguished Expert 2017

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Are you connecting to Exchange from workstation or you running Exchange Management Shell from Exchange directly ?

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I have logged into exchange through remote desktop

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and running from EMS
Tom CieslikIT Engineer
Distinguished Expert 2017

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Try just

New-MailboxRepairRequest and hit enter
Is Exchange is asking you for CorruptionType ?

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IT SAYS SAME MESSAGE commnadlet not recognized
Tom CieslikIT Engineer
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Do you have SP1 installed on this Exchange ?
Tom CieslikIT Engineer
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This command is available on Exchange 2010 SP1 and higher

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went to emc , under help I see version 14

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version 14.3.123.4
In Exchange 2010 EMS doesn't show the correct version, Open MMC -> Help -> About.
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Distinguished Expert 2017
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So it looks like Exchange 2010 SP3 but to confirm that

Navigate to your exchange installation Bin directory (e.g. C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Bin) and check ExSetup.exe file properties. Version will be listed in Version or Details tab.

After some further investigation, I have found that in order to run the 'New-MailboxExportRequest' command on Exchange 2010, you need to run the following first:

New-ManagementRoleAssignment –Role “Mailbox Import Export” –User "DOMAIN\USER"

(replace "DOMAIN" with your domain and "USER" with your user that resides within your domain for which you would like to allow this export)
Thereafter the 'New-MailboxExportRequest' command will work perfectly.

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it ran and gave the details of where mailbox is located and all, how will I see results, does it give any outputs

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it is giving server name, mailbox name, I cant see any outputs what has been corrected or it is completed?

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I am trying to run mailbox repair request