Exchange – Export Contacts to PST using Powershell

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Last updated on April 1st, 2023 at 08:40 pm

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If you want to export a users set of contacts from Exchange directly into a PST file using Powershell, then you can run this command using Exchange Management Shell (EMS):

export-mailbox -id User1 -includefolders 'contacts' -pstfolderpath C:User1.pst

Where:

  • User1 = the mailbox that you want to export from
  • C:User1.pst = the PST filename where you want to export to

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