Import Calendar From PST to Exchange 2010 Server Account
To Import PST Calendar to Exchange Server 2010 / 2007 / 2003 account easily. Exchange user can download for Exchange Importer, designed to move calendar, emails, contacts, tasks and journal details to Exchange 2016, 2013, 2010 and below version account. A Calendar stores appointments details and acts as meeting organizer in Outlook and to transfer PST calendar to Exchange 2016 /2013 Server via
Systools Exchange Exporter.
Import PST Calendar to Exchange Server 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007
“Hello everyone! I am facing a strange issue when I try to import PST calendar to Exchange 2010. Actually, anyhow I have moved other mailboxes of the Outlook data file in Exchange but, it is getting impossible for me to import calendars. The PowerShell command I am using for the same is ‘New-MailboxImportRequest -Mailbox linkedmail3 -IncludeFolders “#Calendar#” -FilePath \\Server01\Scripts\LinkedMail3.pst’. This command executes and gets added to a queue & after waiting for a day when I check the progress status, it results as if Exchange calendar is not populated. Now I have lost my patience because I am having no more capacity to execute more scripts and perform the migration. Is there anyone present who can help me out with the solution to this?”
Alike the above query, many MS Exchange users around the world posted queries related to transferring PST Calendar to Exchange 2016, 2013, 2010, etc. However, running PowerShell command for the same requires expertise knowledge with the intelligence of dealing with technical errors. Therefore, here we came with a foolproof and simple solution to move calendar mailbox from PST to the Exchange server.
Benefits of Calendar Section
- Calendars help companies to be more organized and productive.
- Outlook Calendars Can even be Published Online
- Calendar Detail easily Distributed through Email.
Easy Approach to Import PST Calendar to Exchange 2010
The solution involves the use of an additional program, which is dedicated to migrating of PST calendars to Exchange server. This workaround is suggested by the number of Exchange experts and then only delivered here as the solution. So let’s begin! First You have to Download Demo Version of Software from Below Link:
1. Open the Exchange import program on your system and click on any one of the following
Add File(s): Either add one PST at a time or multiple by pressing the Ctrl key and selecting all of them placed in a folder
Add Folder: Create a folder on PC, which is having all source PST files to be imported and browse it directly in the application
Here, Add File(s) option is chosen because only one source .pst file is available.
2. Locate the path where the source PST file/folder is saved, select it, and then, click on the Open button.
3. The PST files get listed in ‘File Name(s)’ section where you can preview them and click Next. This will continue importing PST calendar to Exchange Server.
4. Enter the administrator credentials of Microsoft Exchange server i.e., SMTP address and password. After this go to ‘Select Version’ field and choose the version of targeted Exchange server.
5. Add the server IP in next field and if the IP of the Active directory is different then, mention it; otherwise check the checkbox of ‘Same as above’, if it is same.
6. Click on Submit button to enable the program to authenticate the server credentials. If you encounter an error then, it means that you have filled wrong details and you need to check them again. Otherwise, proceed to Step (7).
7. In the column of ‘Exchange Mailbox’, you need to enter user id in which PST calendar is to be imported. After this, click on Authentication field for verification purpose.
8. Since only the calendar data is to be transferred from PST file to Exchange server, therefore, you will be choosing ‘Calendar’ in ‘Select Categories’ field.
9. If you want to apply date range filtering then, click on Apply Filters >> SET >> Include Date. Mention the customize time duration that you have decided and click on Apply to proceed.
10. You can also apply advanced settings by using this workaround. For this, you have to enable the ‘Apply Advance Options’ and then click on the Settings button.
11. In the tab of Custom Folder(s) Mapping, you will be provided with following settings :
Maintain Folder Hierarchy: This will keep folder structure intact throughout
Map Folder(s): You can map the folders for PST and Exchange in the way you desire data importing
12. Now you will be directed back to the previous window where you need to click on Import button to begin transferring PST calendar to Exchange.
13. When the procedure gets completed, it flashes ‘completion’ message. You can click on OK >> OK.
14. If you wish to perform this importing process again then, click on Yes else, you are free to click on No and close the program.
After the complete process, a user can access the calendar details in the mailboxes. As we can see, interactive interface helps a lot Exchange users to import calendar from PST to Exchange 2010 or any other version without loss of meta-data.
The blog completely focuses on importing of PST calendar to Exchange 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, etc. Talking about the data integrity factor by this method then, the tool does not touch even a single alphabet of the existing content. All the attributes associated with calendars are kept intact throughout. We hope that we are able to troubleshoot your problem and request you to put a comment below.