How to Export Exchange 2010 Mailbox to PST

The user looking to export Exchange 2010 mailbox to PST can use PowerShell commands introduced by Microsoft Exchange 2010 Server. The reason for migrating Exchange mailboxes to PST could be like taking regular backup, accessing data into another platform. An alternative method to PowerShell commands is using Exchange Admin Center.

However, if your EDB file is dismounted, corrupt, or disconnected, then you need to use a professional third-party tool.

To simplify the process, to export Exchange 2010 mailbox to PST, you can use the Shoviv Exchange Recovery Manager tool to avoid the additional permission required while using PowerShell commands and Exchange Admin Center. This tool provides a good graphical user interface to ease out the working of migrating mailboxes from the Exchange database to PST.

  • The tool allows you to recover multiple mailboxes or selected items from the inaccessible/corrupted EDB files.
  • It securely exports the added mailboxes into multiple environments like Outlook PST, Office 365, Exchange Server.
  • The tool enables users to export data in different file formats like EML, MSG, RTF, HTML, vCal, and vCard, etc.

You can also download the free trial version of the tool that will allow you to process the first 50 items/folder.

 

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Novice Asked on April 3, 2021 in Web & Internet.
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    Exchange EDB to PST Converter is a better option for you to convert Mailbox to PST file format.  It can convert both private & public folders of EDB files into Outlook PST files. This tool can save EDB files in other formats such as HTML, TXT, MSG, RTF, EML, PDF, etc. It can easily and effortlessly recover deleted or lost EDB files and Offers auto-detect features of EDB files also It can export EDB Mailboxes to Office 365 using login credentials.

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    Novice Answered on April 3, 2021.
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