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I need to transfer the contents of users mailboxes from Exchange Server 4.5 to Exchange Server 2000.

The 4.5 server is no longer active.  I have the harddrive on which it was installed as a second harddrive on the new server.

I was forced to do this because the harddrive on which the original Exchange Server (part of a Small Business Server 4.5 installation) was installed started going bad.  Therefore, I couldn't just upgrade the whole system to Small Business Server 2000 and Exchange along with it.

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There's a white paper hidden in recesses of the Small Business Server that takes you through the process step-by-step... the trick is knowing it's there.
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