Steps to export a folder from command line where folder name contains white spaces

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Problem:-

Folder export does fail when folder name having white spaces and generating "no such item" error.

$ zmmailbox -z -m USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM gru '//Communications Officer Recruitment?fmt=zip' > /tmp/test.zip    
ERROR: service.FAILURE (system failure: GET from https://MAIL.DOMAIN.COM/home/USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM//Communications%20Officer%20Recruitment?fmt=zip failed, status=404.  no such item)    


Solution:-

Here are the commands to export a folder which has white space in name.

zmmailbox -z -m USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM gru '//?fmt=tgz&query=in:"Communications Officer Recruitment"' > /tmp/test1.zip     
OR   
zmmailbox -z -m USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM gru '//?fmt=tgz&query=under:"Communications Officer Recruitment"' > /tmp/test2.zip     

Note:- If the query is [ in: ] , then only selected folder will export. If the query is [ under: ] , then selected folder and sub-folders will export.

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