Export mailbox in Exchange Online to pst using PowerShell or other method
Export mailbox in Exchange Online to pst using PowerShell
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Sarah N commented
the ability to export a users archive mailbox separately to their primary mailbox easily should be a function available against the Microsoft tenant both with PowerShell and within eDiscovery. I am in the middle of a migration of around 2000 users to another tenant and this has caused me a major headache as there is no ability currently that I can find that allows you to just extract the Archive mailbox even though this is in effect a completely separate entity to the primary mailbox on its own. I have had to there migrate the primary mailbox with the 3rd party migration tool, but as the other tenant environment do not use Archiving i have had to use eDiscovery to export based on the archiving policy dates. Again this is not fool proof as users archive data manually outside of automatic policies and has caused me even further workload.
This omission of this feature can only be on purpose. It is a pain every time I have to migrate mailboxes between Office365 tenants. 5-year-old question and still no response from MS.
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Alex Phipps commented
Please make New-MailboxExportRequest work in Exchange Online. I had to transfer mailboxes between tenants (national office was closing, city office became independent and needed their own Office 365), and I found that the method of going through a Content Search, then using Internet Explorer (SERIOUSLY?????) is dirty and unreliable. I tend to get PSTs with corrupted data in them and have to run the export requests multiple times. There should be a better solution for this in 2020 directly from Microsoft. Importing PSTs is a little funky, but LEAGUES ahead of exporting at this point.
Ryan Hathaway commented
Hard to believe this isn't an option still in 2020.
Tony Ventura commented
Agree this is a huge limitation. In order to off-board legacy users we need to archive their mailbox.The eDiscovery is a nice step, but it's way too complicated versus the original OnPrem Powershell tools.
Microsoft, please give us a feedback to this topic
Please give an update to this progress
This is already possible through powershell.
Users in the Microsoft Techcommunity have posted sample code starting from this post here:
It still requires the Universal Export Tool but further down the page they've posted code to automatically download and run that as well.
Something built-in to one of the office 365 powershell management modules would still be very appreciated though!
Muito bom se houvesse essa possibilidade.
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The PST files exported with eDiscovery include hidden files no visible to a regular users. We should have the option to export a regular PST file that we can easily restored without the need of manual changes. Microsoft should have PowerShell option to easily export/import when needed. Thank you.
Mahima Gupta commented
There is an inbuilt manual procedure is provided by Microsoft i.e. eDiscovery by which anyone can export Office 365 emails into PST format, you can check out all the steps in this blog please read here https://bit.ly/36gAn4v
Venn Torrence commented
Microsoft provides methods to export Exchange Online mailbox to PST format. Users can easily export & save Exchange Online mailbox to PST file. For the detailed steps, you can visit here: https://datahelpsoftware.com/blog/bulk-export-office-365-mailbox-pst.html
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