Exchange 2010 Using MailboxExportRequest cmdlet

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    I want to export all mail with the date of 3/1/2013 to a pst file.

    This command works:
    New-MailboxExportRequest -Mailbox test -ContentFilter {((Received -gt ’02/28/2013′) -and (Received -lt ’03/02/2013′))} -FilePath [URL=”file://\serverfoldertest.pst”]\serverfoldertest.pst[/URL]

    These commands don’t:
    New-MailboxExportRequest -Mailbox test -ContentFilter {((Received -ge ’03/01/2013′) -and (Received -le ’03/01/2013′))} -FilePath [URL=”file://\serverfoldertest.pst”]\serverfoldertest.pst[/URL]

    New-MailboxExportRequest -Mailbox test -ContentFilter {((Received -eq ’03/01/2013′))} -FilePath [URL=”file://\serverfoldertest.pst”]\serverfoldertest.pst[/URL]

    I am new to powershell scripting and Exchange 2010 cmdlets so if anyone can tell me why I would sure appreciate it!

    Thanks.

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