Video: Importing and exporting mailbox data in Exchange Server 2010 using the Request cmdlets

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Video: Importing and exporting mailbox data in Exchange Server 2010 using the Request cmdlets

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Added by November 9, 2011

In Exchange Server 2010, you need to use the Exchange Management Shell to export and import mailbox databases. In this video, MVP Mike Pfeiffer shows how to use the new Mailbox Export Request cmdlet to export a mailbox to a .pst file and using the new Mailbox Import Request cmdlet to import data from one mailbox to another.

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