Since Powershell command to the Export Exchange, 2013 Mailbox to PST and below version can be lead to error if correct syntax is not used by Administrator and lead to time-consuming process if an error doesn’t solve. To avoid any kind of error and permissions issues Exchange Administrator can go for SysTools Exchange Export Software. Directly Export Exchange Mailbox to PST with any Powershell Command and Exchange Control Panel
3 Steps to Move Exchange Mailboxes to Outlook PST Format
Provide Administrator Credentials: Now Run the Software to Start Process to Export process, First software needs Administrator details to access Desired Exchange User Mailbox.
a) Admin SMTP Address: Enter SMTP Address and Password of the admin user.
b ) Password: Provide Administrator Password
c) Active Direct IP
d) Exchange Server IP: Enter IP addresses of computers where Exchange Server and Active Directory are installed.
e) Server Version: Choose the version of destination Exchange Server where you want to migrate. Such as Exchange 2016/ 13 / 10 /07 and below versions
f) Include Sub-Domain: If you want to export mailbox of sub-domain users as well.
Select Exchange Mailboxes: Now Select the desired user mailboxes stored in Exchange, you want to save them into PST format, If any permissions added to mailboxes then it will display in Preview pane of the software.
For Mail: If you want to export mailbox details into PST format, then you can set the criteria of Split PST file to save the resulted PST file into multiple files.
Mailboxes Folder Structure: To maintain Folder Hierarchy while exporting exchange mailboxes data to PST format, you need to check the Maintain Hierarchy option.