The woman, whose name was not reported, was a staff member of a university in Yekaterinburg, RIA Novosti reported.
Prosecutors said the woman had the online version of the book posted to her personal website from 2007 until 2011.
The woman asked for leniency in the case that could have sent her in prison for up to two years.
Mein Kampf, which Hitler wrote while he was imprisoned after his failed Munich coup in 1923, is on the Russian federal list of extremist literature and was banned in Russia in 2010.
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