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Veeam powershell help

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Looking for a way with V5 to get the same information I used to get with V4.

Basically, I'm looking for a way to pull out a specific mailbox out of a job and get the data backed up for each run for just that mailbox. Trying to get a history of the mailbox for the entirety of the backup process to see the differences over time.

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How did you do this in v4? If it was via a script, it should still work fine.
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Niels,

I was under the impression that the powershell cmdlet had been removed in v5?

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Hi Tim,

There were no changes to existing cmdlets, except for those listed here: https://helpcenter.veeam.com/docs/vbo36 ... tml?ver=50.

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