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exmerge

When I try to do exmerge, it does not include any public folders. How can I include public folders during exmerge process?

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Joseph
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steinmtoCommented:
The best way I have found to do this is to export the public folders to a pst file in outlook.  You will have to recreate all of your permission if you do this.
I will look for more solutions.

Tom
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steinmtoCommented:
You could also move the public folders into a mailbox and then use exmerge to export them.  Then reimport them and move them back under public folders.
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kevalaCommented:
The guy who designed exmerge did not include the functionality to export public folders to pst files automatically. You can export the public folders to pst files, just use PFInfo to extract the public folder permissions, then, once you have recreated the public folders, use PFAdmin to import the permissions back in.

PFInfo and PFAdmin can be found at
http://pages.prodigy.net/thajohnsons
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sjsAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your response guys.  That is a good idea.  I was looking for a one step process. but I didn't find any.

Joseph
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