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Exchange 2010 SP1: Exporting Mailboxes

Exporting data from an Exchange 2010 SP1 mailbox to .pst file.
You use the following command:

New-MailboxExportRequest –Mailbox webkod –FilePath \\Srv\pst\webkod.pst

This will take all folders and data and export them into the specified .pst file.
If we want to add different parameters, we can find them here
Be careful, as in Exchange 2010 (non SP1 version) the command was different:

Export-mailbox -Identity webkod -PSTFolderPath c:\pst

There are a lot of new features in SP1's version of Exchange 2010, but if you still have the previous version, check out this tutorial on how you can export the mailbox.

“Exchange 2010 SP1: Exporting Mailboxes”