There are several occasions in which an administrator would want to export Exchange 2010 mailbox to PST. The most common ones include to migrate on-premise mailboxes to Exchange online and to extract a single or a few mailboxes from the database. Though rare, another situation that demands such an export is to salvage data from a damaged or corrupted Exchange 2010 database file (EDB).
You’d have to agree that all those are pretty good reasons to support the conversion of EDB data to PST format. Now that that’s established, how about moving on to the technique to do it? Well, that’s the interesting part; we’re letting you know a neat method to use PowerShell commands and achieve the said export. But if you’re in the mood for some automation, we also have a suggestion up our sleeve that’ll surely impress you. So hang on tight and let the fun begin!(more…)