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I am looking to use X-merge as a backup method for our mailboxes in an exchange 2003 environment, its a small shop so we don't have the facility to go out and by anything extravagent so i am looking to setup xmerge to copy the mailboxes as PST files by using a batch script that runs over night and copys the PST to a location where i can then robocopy from.

I have robocopy running fine so that is taken care of what i don't have is any exapmle scripts of xmerge that could be run in a batch file to copy the mailboxes.  I have heard this is possible does anyone have any idea how to do this and have an example script specifiying particular mailboxes or servernames.

any help is appreciated

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hello, got this from exmerge readme file:


Command Line Options
Following are the command line options supported by the program:

EXMERGE [-B] [-D] [-F FILENAME] [-LOGMIN | -LOGMED | -LOGMAX] [-SRCSERV SOURCESERVERNAME] [-TGTSERV TARGETSERVERNAME] [-NUMTHREADS <number of worker threads>]


Where:
-B      -      Operate the program in Batch Mode. No windows are displayed. Must be specified when running the program in a scheduled manner.

-D      -      Display window with progress data. Only applicable when the -B option is specified. Should not be specified when running the program from the Windows  Scheduler.

-F FILENAME      -      Name of a setting’s file (.INI) containing the settings to use. Use only the characters A through Z and 0 through 9.

-LOGMIN      -      Minimum-logging level

-LOGMED      -      Medium-logging level

-LOGMAX      -      Maximum logging level

-SRCSERV      -      Specifies the source server name in SOURCESERVERNAME

-TGTSERV      -      Specifies the destination server name in TARGETSERVERNAME

-NUMTHREADS-      Overrides the number of worker threads used by the program. For more information, see “Algorithm used to determine the number of threads used by the program” later in this document.

By default, when you run the program in batch mode, by specifying the -B command line option, the program will run with no user interface displayed. The log file will contain information indicating the progress of the program. If you want a user interface to be displayed, specify the -B -D command line options.

Using the -F command line option, the Administrator has the ability to specify the name of an INI file to be used by the program. This allows an Administrator to configure different settings in different INI files and then execute ExMerge.exe with these different INI files, making configuring the program much easier.

Command line options override any corresponding settings in an .INI file.


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there is more to it here is the rest of it, sorry about the lengthy post:



Batch Mode
The Mailbox Merge Program can be run as part of a batch process, by specifying the -B command line option. This causes the program to run without any user intervention and no user interface is displayed.

When running the program in batch mode, all program configuration settings must be specified in a configuration setting’s file. By default, the program looks for a file called EXMERGE.INI in the same directory as the program executable. If you are using a different file, then you must specify the name of the INI to be used by the program, by adding the -F <Filename> command line option, where <Filename> is the name of the alternate INI file to be used, including the file path.

By default, when the program is run in batch mode, no user interface is displayed. However, if you would like a user interface displayed, indicating the progress of the process, use the -B -D command line options.
However, note that the -D option should not be specified when running ExMerge.exe from the Windows  Scheduler.

Minimum Batch Mode Settings
The following .INI file settings must be specified in order to successfully run the program in batch mode.

[ExMerge]
MergeAction =

SourceServerName =

DestServerName =

Note:
If the value of the MergeAction setting is 0, you must specify a SourceServerName, if the value is 1, you must specify a DestServerName and if the value is 2, you must specify both the SourceServerName and DestServerName.

For more information on the available .INI file settings, please refer to the above section on INI File Settings.
Specifying Mailboxes To Be Processed
When running in batch mode, to have the program to process only certain mailboxes, follow the steps below:

1)      Create a text file containing the Distinguished Names (DN) of the mailboxes to be processed. Each DN should be entered on a separate line. Say this file is called C:\MAILBOXES.TXT
Note:  Because ExMerge.exe allows you to extract data from restored mailboxes, when you are using a MergeAction of 0, you can specify restored mailboxes in the text file. However, do not specify a mixture of restored mailboxes and non-restored mailboxes in the file; ExMerge does process both types of mailboxes at the same time.
2)      Enter the name of the file created in Step 1, in FileContainingListOfMailboxes entry of the .INI file.
3)      Specify the name of the Exchange Server using the SourceServerName or DestServerName INI file entries.
4)      Specify the .INI file modified in Step 2 on the command line, using the -F option, when running ExMerge.exe. The command line used will be similar to:

EXMERGE -B -F C:\EXMERGE.INI

The program will now read the mailbox names file specified in the .INI file and process only the mailboxes specified in that file. Blank lines in the specified file are ignored. Lines beginning with a ##~ are ignored as comments.  You can specify UNC filenames.

When running the program in Batch Mode, if the FileContainingListOfMailboxes setting in the .INI file is empty, invalid or does not contain any valid mailbox Distinguished Names, the program will terminate after logging an error.

Note:  The FileContainingListOfDatabases setting overrides the FileContainingListOfMailboxes. Even if you specify both parameters, ExMerge.exe will extract all the mailboxes in the store that you specified in the Database list file.
Specifying Different Target Mailboxes
When running the program in batch mode, it is possible to specify a target mailbox. This is done via the Mailboxes.txt file that contains the list of mailboxes to be processed.

Each entry in this file should have the following format:

SourceDN [,TargetDN]

Where:
SourceDN is the Distinguished Name (DN) of the mailbox from which data will be extracted. This DN is used when the MergeAction is Extract or Extract&Import.
The TargetDN is an optional value that can be specified. Depending on the MergeAction, this value is treated differently.

Note: The SourceDN must be specified.

Following is an explanation of how the TargetDN is used, depending on the MergeAction selected.

Extract
When the MergeAction is Extract, if a TargetDN is specified, the Directory Name in the TargetDN is used to generate the name of the .PST file to which data will be written.

If the TargetDN is not specified, then the .PST file name is generated from the Directory Name in the SourceDN.

Import
When the MergeAction is Import, if a TargetDN is specified, it is used as the DN of the mailbox into which data will be merged and the name .PST file to get the data from, is generated from the Directory Name in the TargetDN.

If the TargetDN is not specified, the SourceDN is used as the DN of mailbox into which data will be merged and the .PST file name is generated from the Directory Name in the SourceDN.

Extract&Import
If the MergeAction is Extract&Import, the data is extracted from the mailbox specified by the SourceDN. If a TargetDN is specified, the data is written into a .PST file whose name is generated from the Directory Name in the TargetDN. If a TargetDN is not specified the PST filename is generated from the Directory Name in the SourceDN.

When importing the data, if a TargetDN is specified, it is used as the DN of the mailbox into which the data is merged. If a TargetDN is not specified, the program generates a TargetDN, by replacing the Organization and Site names in the SourceDN with the Organization and Site names of the Destination Server.

Note: By default, the program uses a comma as the delimiter between the Source and Target DN in the text file containing the list of mailboxes. If you would like to use a different delimiter, specify the delimiter using the DelimiterUsedInMailboxFile .INI file setting. For a list of possible delimiters, please refer to the section above describing all the .INI file settings.

Using ExMerge to Migrate Data Between Different Organizations or Sites
As mentioned above, when the program is run in batch mode, it can read a list of mailboxes to be processed from a text file. The format of this text file is:

SourceDN [,TargetDN]

Where:
SourceDN is the Distinguished Name (DN) of the mailbox from which data will be extracted. This DN is used when the MergeAction is Extract or Extract&Import.
The TargetDN is an optional value that can be specified. Depending on the MergeAction, this value is treated differently.

In order to migrate data from mailboxes in one Microsoft Exchange organization to those in another Microsoft Exchange organization, you must create a text file with the above format.

If the container hierarchies in the two organizations are the same, and the mailbox Directory Names in the two organization are identical, and you are running the program in One Step Merge mode, then there is no need to specify a TargetDN for each mailbox to be processed. However, if the container hierarchies are different or the mailboxes will have different Directory Names in the target organization, then you must specify a TargetDN for each mailbox to be migrated.

Assuming that the TargetDN has been specified for each mailbox, the data will be extracted from the mailbox with the SourceDN. The intermediate .PST filename will be generated using the Directory Name in the TargetDN. The data in the .PST file will then be merged into the mailbox with the TargetDN.

In order for the above process to work it is recommended that you be logged into Windows, with the Exchange Service Account. Since it is very likely that the service accounts will be different in the different organizations or sites, you may need to run ExMerge in the two step mode: first extracting the data to .PST files in the source organization (logged in with the Service Account of that organization), then logged into Windows as the Service Account of the target organization and importing the data in the .PST files.

When you use ExMerge.exe to migrate mailboxes between different organizations, you must also specify the domain controllers for the source and target servers in the EXMERGE.INI file. Enter the names of domain controllers in the following exmerge.ini file parameters:
•      Specify the domain controller for the source server in the DomainControllerForSourceServer parameter.
•      Specify the domain controller for the target server in the DomainControllerForDestServer parameter.

Note:
When migrating mailboxes from two or more organizations into another different organization, you will need to run the program once for each organization. In other words, the program will only be able to process mailboxes, listed in the mailboxes.txt, that are available in the Exchange Directory on the server specified as the Source Server. In case you specify mailboxes in different organizations in the text file, the program will only be able to extract data from those mailboxes in the same organization as the Source Server. This is because the Directory on the Source Server does not know of any mailboxes that belong to other organizations.

By default, the program uses a comma as the delimiter between the Source and Target DN in the text file containing the list of mailboxes. If you would like to use a different delimiter, specify the delimiter using the DelimiterUsedInMailboxFile .INI file setting. For a list of possible delimiters, please refer to the section above describing all the .INI file settings.
Working Against Mailboxes Homed On Different Servers
When running the Mailbox Merge Program in batch mode, it is possible to merge data into or from mailboxes that are homed on different servers.

To achieve this, add the Distinguished Names (DN) of the required mailboxes to a file, as per the above section. The DNs can be of mailboxes on different servers and different sites. ExMerge.exe will automatically connect to mailboxes on other servers, as long as the Windows account logged into has rights to the mailboxes and the Organization, Site and Configuration containers on the other servers. If you are logged into the Exchange Service Account, you should be able to work against any user mailbox on any server, in sites that use that Service Account.

When ExMerge.exe connects to a mailbox homed on a server that is different from the server that is specified in the .INI file, a message similar to the following message will be logged.

Mailbox 'TestU' ('Test User') is homed on server 'EXSRV01'. Dynamically connecting to that server.
Specifying Folders To Be Ignored
When running in batch mode, to have the program ignore certain folders, follow the steps below:

1)      In the .INI file containing the program settings, set the value of the FoldersProcessed entry to 0. This indicates that you wish to have the program ignore certain folders.
2)      Specify the names of folders to be ignored. This can be done in one of two ways:
a)      Specify the names (including full path) of the folders to be ignored, in the ListOfFolders .INI file setting. Each folder name should be separated by a semi-colon (;).
b)      If the number of folders to be ignored is large, or the folder paths contain semi-colons, you should not specify the list of folders to be ignored directly in the .INI file. Instead follow the steps below:
i)      Create a text file containing the names (including full path) of the folders to be ignored. Each folder name should be entered on a separate line. Blank lines in the specified file are ignored. Lines beginning with a ##~ are ignored as comments.
ii)      Enter the name of the file created in the previous step, in the FileContainingListOfFolders entry of the .INI file.

You can specify an UNC filename in the .INI file. If the FileContainingListOfFolders setting in the .INI file is empty or invalid, the program will process all folders.

By default, the program will only ignore messages in the folders specified. If you would like the program to ignore messages and sub-folders of the specified folders, then set the ApplyActionToSubFolders setting in the .INI file to 1.
Specifying Folders To Be Processed
When running in batch mode, to have the program process only certain folders, follow the steps below:

1)      In the .INI file containing the program settings, set the value of the FoldersProcessed entry to 1. This indicates that you wish to have the program process only a specified list of folders.
2)      Specify the names of folders to be processed. This can be done in one of two ways:
a)      Specify the names (including full path) of the folders to be ignored in the ListOfFolders .INI file setting. Each folder name should be separated by a semi-colon (;).
b)      If the number of folders to be ignored is large, or the folder paths contain semi-colons, you should not specify the list of folders to be ignored, directly in the .INI file. Instead follow the steps below:
i.      Create a text file containing the names (including full path) of the folders to be processed. Each folder name should be entered on a separate line. Blank lines in the specified file are ignored. Lines beginning with a ##~ are ignored as comments.
ii.      Enter the name of the file created in the previous step, in the FileContainingListOfFolders entry of the .INI file.

You can specify an UNC filename in the .INI file. If the FileContainingListOfFolders setting in the .INI file is empty or invalid, the program will process all folders.

By default, the program will process only messages in the folders specified. All other folders, including sub-folders of the specified folders will be ignored. If you would like the program to automatically process sub-folders of the specified folders, set the ApplyActionToSubFolders setting in the .INI file to 1.

For example, say Inbox is a folder selected to be processed. Suppose the Inbox folder has sub-folders, Inbox\My Mail and Inbox\Your Mail. If the ApplyActionToSubFolders entry is set to 1, then the program will process messages in Inbox, as well as in the Inbox\My Mail and Inbox\Your Mail folders. If the ApplyActionToSubFolders entry is 0 (which is the default), then the program will only process messages in the Inbox folder and ignore all other folders, including sub-folders on Inbox (Inbox\My Mail and Inbox\Your Mail).
Selecting Messages By Date
It is possible to run the Mailbox Merge Program in batch mode, selecting only messages delivered during a certain interval. The start and ending dates of the time interval should be specified in the .INI files, using the SelectMessageStartDate and SelectMessageEndDate entries.

For example, to extract only messages delivered between Jan 1, 1998 and Dec 31 2001, you should add the following entries to the .INI file.

SelectMessageStartDate = 1/1/98  00:00:00
SelectMessageEndDate  = 12/31/01  23:59:59

If the SelectMessageStartDate or SelectMessageEndDate entries are empty or invalid, all messages will be selected.
Selecting Messages Using the Message Modification Time
If a valid time interval has been specified (using the SelectMessageStartDate  and SelectMessageEndDate .INI file settings), by default, the program uses the message delivery time ( PR_DELIVERY_TIME  MAPI attribute) to determine which messages should be extracted from the source store.

To have the program use the message last modified time (PR_LAST_MODIFICATION_TIME attribute) instead of the delivery time, set the DateAttribute setting in the .INI file to 1.
Archiving Data From a Mailbox
Version 2.50 and later of the Mailbox Merge Program has the ability to archive data from an Exchange Server mailbox into a PST file. The data is copied to the PST file and then deleted off the server based mailbox.

To archive data when running in batch mode, the DataImportMethod .INI file setting must be set to 3.
To avoid irrecoverable data loss, the program will only support this option when extracting data from an Exchange Server to Personal Folders. If this option is selected with the One Step procedure, the program will archive data when extracting data from the Exchange Server, but will merge data when importing into the Exchange Server. This way even if the Archive setting was selected by mistake and the source mailbox is cleaned out, a copy of the data will still be available in the Personal Folders file, assuming that the option to automatically delete the .PST files was not selected.
Saving Folder Permissions
It is possible to extract folder permissions when running the Mailbox Merge Program in batch mode.

To have the program extract folder permissions the CopyFolderPermissions .INI setting must be set to a value of 1.
Saving Folder Rules
When running the Mailbox Merge Program against a version 5.0 or later Exchange Server, it is possible for the program to save folder rules.

To have the program save folder rules, set the CopyAssociatedFolderData .INI file setting to a value of 1.
Extracting Data From the Dumpster
Version 2.50 and later of the Mailbox Merge Program has the ability to recover deleted items. This option only extracts messages that were deleted from the Deleted Items folder. If a user has permanently deleted messages from other folders, Exmerge.exe cannot extract them from the dumpster. When running in batch mode, the CopyDeletedItemsFromDumpster .INI file setting must be set to 1.

Note: This setting will only take effect when extracting data from an Exchange Server based mailbox, homed on a version 5.5 or later Information Store. This setting is ignored when importing data into an Exchange Server mailbox.

Even if a range of dates is specified, if the option to extract data from the Dumpster has been selected, when extracting items from the Dumpster the program will extract all available items in the Dumpster, regardless of the range of dates specified in the above page.

All data extracted from the Dumpster is restored into the Deleted Items folder. When trying to copy a sub-folder in Dumpster, if a folder with the same name already exists in the Deleted Items folder, the program will not merge data from the Dumpster into the existing sub-folder of the Deleted Items folder. The program will copy the entire sub-folder from the Dumpster to the Deleted Items folder, giving the new folder a unique name. The unique name is generated by appending a random number to the folder name.


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just to simplify things:

it seems the way to do it is to create an INI file with all the required settings, then run the exmerge command with this INI file  within a batch file


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then you can use the AT command to schedule it:

Using the Windows AT scheduler
The Windows AT command can be used to schedule the execution of ExMerge.exe.

The following command schedules ExMerge.exe to be run every five days at midnight on the local machine.

AT 00:00 /every:5,10,15,20,25,30 “C:\EXMERGE -b -f  C:\EXMERGE.INI”


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thanks...

any chance of an example .ini file - hich is what i really need
just a short one will do and i can work it out

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sorry the sample is huge:


; ==============================================================================
; EXEMERGE.INI
; This file is for use with the EXMERGE.EXE program, version 4.00 or higher.
; This file should be present in the same directory as the executable, or
; use the -F command line option to specify the location of the INI file.
; ==============================================================================

[EXMERGE]

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; MergeAction
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting controls which merge procedure to use:
; Possible values:
; 0    -   Extract        ( Merge data to Personal Folders)
; 1    -   Import         ( Merge data from Personal Folders)
; 2    -   Extract&Import ( Export from one server and Import into another server)
;
; Default Value: 0
;
MergeAction = 0


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; SourceServerName
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Name of the source Exchange server, from which data will be extracted.
; This setting must be specified if the MergeAction specified is Extract or Extract&Import
;
SourceServerName =


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; DomainControllerForSourceServer
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; If the SourceServer, specified in the SourceServerName setting, is running Exchange Server 2000 or later,
; on a Microsoft Windows 2000 standlone server (not on a domain controller), you can use this setting to
; tell the program which domain controller to access to read the Active Directory to get information about
; the SourceServer.
; If this entry is left empty, the program will try to locate the nearest domain controller and access the
; Active Directory on that domain controller.
;
DomainControllerForSourceServer=

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; SrcServerLDAP-Port
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This entry specifies the port number to be used when trying to access the directory (Exchange 5.x Directory or
; Windows 2000 Active Directory) using LDAP.
; By default the program will try and access the directory on port 389.
; This entry should only be used if the directory has been configured to use different port. This would normally
; be the case if you have installed Exchange Server 5.x on a Windows 2000 domain controller. In this case
; it is likely that the Exchange Directory will have to configured to listen for LDAP queries on a port other than
; the default of 389.
;
; Default Value:
;
SrcServerLDAP-Port=

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; DestServerName
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Name of the destination Exchange server, to which data will be written.
; This setting must be specified if the MergeAction specified is Import or Extract&Import
;
DestServerName =


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; DomainControllerForDestServer
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; If the Destination Server, specified in the DestServerName setting, is running Exchange Server 2000 or later,
; on a Microsoft Windows 2000 standlone server (not on a domain controller), you can use this setting to
; tell the program which domain controller to access to read the Active Directory to get information about
; the Destination Server.
; If this entry is left empty, the program will try to locate the nearest domain controller and access the
; Active Directory on that domain controller.
;
DomainControllerForDestServer=

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; DestServerLDAP-Port
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This entry specifies the port number to be used when trying to access the directory (Exchange 5.x Directory or
; Windows 2000 Active Directory) using LDAP.
; By default the program will try and access the directory on port 389.
; This entry should only be used if the directory has been configured to use different port. This would normally
; be the case if you have installed Exchange Server 5.x on a Windows 2000 domain controller. In this case
; it is likely that the Exchange Directory will have to configured to listen for LDAP queries on a port other than
; the default of 389.
;
; Default Value:
;
DestServerLDAP-Port=

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; DataDirectoryName
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Name of the directory to which .PST files will be written or where .PST files will be expected.
; If the directory does not exist, it will be created.
;
; Default Value:
;
DataDirectoryName =

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; LogFileName
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Name of the log file to be used
;
; Default Value: ExMerge.log
;
LogFileName = ExMerge.log

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; LoggingLevel
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Set the level of logging:
; Possible Values:
; 0 - None
; 1 - Minimum
; 2 - Medium
; 3 - Maximum
;
; Default Value is 0
;
LoggingLevel = 0

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; SelectMessageStartDate
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; The starting date after which messages should be selected
;
; Format: MM/DD/YY  hh:mm:ss
; where:
; MM - Month
; DD - Day
; YY - Year
; hh - Hour      (0-23)
; mm - Minute
; ss - Second
;
; Default Value: Blank
;
; If SelectMessageStartDate or SelectMessageEndDate is invalid, all messages will be selected
;
; SelectMessageStartDate = 12/31/97  00:00:00

SelectMessageStartDate =

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; SelectMessageEndDate
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; The ending date before which messages should be selected
;
; Format: MM/DD/YY  hh:mm:ss
; where:
; MM - Month
; DD - Day
; YY - Year
; hh - Hour      (0-23)
; mm - Minute
; ss - Second
;
; Default Value: Blank
;
; If SelectMessageStartDate or SelectMessageEndDate is invalid, all messages will be selected
;
; SelectMessageEndDate = 12/31/99  23:59:59

SelectMessageEndDate =


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; FileContainingListOfMessageSubjects
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting points to a text file containing all the subjects that you wish the program to
; search for.
; The file should contain one subject per line.
; Blank lines are ignored.
; Lines beginning with a ##~ are ignored as comments
; If you wish to specify a blank subject line, enter ~<BLANK SUBJECT LINE>
;
; You can specify multiple subjects. The program will then check for messages any one of the
; specified subject lines.
;
FileContainingListOfMessageSubjects =

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; SubjectStringMatchCriteria
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting controls how the program will match subject name strings when creating restrictions.
;
; Possible Values:
; 0  -  Substring match, ignore case
; 1  -  Fullstring match, ignore case
; 2  -  Exact String match
;
; Default Value: 0

SubjectStringMatchCriteria =

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; FileContainingListOfAttachmentNames
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting points to a text file containing all the attachment names that you wish the
; program to search for. The file should contain one attachment name per line.
; Blank lines are ignored.
; Lines beginning with a ##~ are ignored as comments
; Blank attachment names are not supported.
;
; You can specify multiple attachment names. The program will then check for messages any
; one of the specified attachments.
;
;
FileContainingListOfAttachmentNames =

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; AttachmentNameStringMatchCriteria
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting controls how the program will match attachment name strings when creating restrictions.
;
; Possible Values:
; 0  -  Substring match, ignore case
; 1  -  Fullstring match, ignore case
; 2  -  Exact String match
;
; Default Value: 1

AttachmentNameStringMatchCriteria =

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; FoldersProcessed
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting causes the program to ignore certain folders, or only process certain folders,
; or process all folders.
; The actual list of folders should be specified using the ListOfFolders setting or the
; FileContainingListOfFolders setting.
;
; Possible Values:
; 0 - Ignore specified folders
; 1 - Process only specified folders
; 2 - Process all folders
;
; Default Value: 2

FoldersProcessed = 2

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; ListOfFolders
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; List of folders to be processed.
; Depending on the value of the FolderActions setting this list will contain the names of
; folders to be ignored, or those folders that should be processed.
; This list should contain the complete path of the folders, separated by semi-colons (;)
;
; If you have folder names containing semi-colons, then do not use this setting.
; Use the FileContainingListOfFolders setting, instead.
;
; Default Value: Blank
; e.g:
; ListOfFolders  = Deleted Items;Sent Items;Inbox\Junk Mail
;
ListOfFolders =

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; FileContainingListOfFolders
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Name of a file that contains the names of folders.
; Depending on the value of the FolderActions setting these names will be the names of
; folders to be ignored, or those folders that should be processed.
; Each folder name should contain the complete path of the folder.
; The file should contain one folder name per line.
; Blank lines are ignored.
; Lines beginning with a ##~ are ignored as comments
;
; Default Value: Blank
;
FileContainingListOfFolders =

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; ApplyActionToSubFolders
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting is only applicable if the value of the FoldersProcessed setting is 0 or 1.
; In other words, you wish to ignore certain folders or only process certain folders.
;
; This setting controls whether or not the action specified in the FoldersProcessed settings,
; will be applied to sub folders of the folders specified
; using the ListOfFolders or FileContainingListOfFolders settings.
;
; Hence if you are ignoring certain folders, setting this option to 1, will cause
; sub folders of the selected folders to be ignored.
; Otherwise, sub folders will be processed.
; If you are processing only certain folders, setting this option to 1, will cause the
; sub folders of the selected folders to be also processed.
; Otherwise, sub folders will not be processed.
;
; Possible Values:
; 0 - Do Not apply action to sub folders
; 1 - Apply action to sub folders
;
; Default Value: 0
;
ApplyActionToSubFolders = 0

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; DelimiterUsedInMailboxFile
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting specifies which delimiter should be used to distinguish between the source
; and target DNs in the file specified in the FileContainingListOfMailboxes setting.
;
; Possible Values:
; 0 - Comma
; 1 - Tab
; 2 - Semi Colon
; 3 - Colon
; 4 - Space
;
; Default Value: 0
;
DelimiterUsedInMailboxFile = 0

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;FileContainingListOfDatabases
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Name of a text file containing the Windows 2000 Distinguished Names (DN) of Private Information Store
; Databases to be worked on.
; Each line of the file should have one DN.
; The DN specified can be the complete Windows 2000 DN of a Private Information Store Database object or
; it can have the following format:
; CN=<Database Name>,CN=<Storage Group Name>
;
;
; Blank lines are ignored.
; Lines beginning with a ##~ are ignored as comments
; This setting can be used in conjunction with the FileContainingListOfMailboxes setting.
; If this setting is not specified or the FileContainingListOfMailboxes setting is not specified,
; all mailboxes, except those for services (DS, IMS etc) on the specified server will be processed.
;
; This setting is only applicable when running the program in Batch mode.
;
; Default Value: Blank
FileContainingListOfDatabases=

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;RestoreDB
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting specifies whether you are extracting data from a restored database (RestoreDB=1) or a
; non-restored database (RestoreDB=0). If you are using the FileContainingListOfDatabases option to extract
; restored databases, specify a value of 1.
;
; You only need to change this setting when running the program in Batch mode. If you run the program in
; Interactive Mode, the setting automatically changes based on the types of databases you select.
;
; Possible Values:
; 0 - Non-restored databases
; 1 - Restored databases
;
; Default Value: 0
RestoreDB=0


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; FileContainingListOfMailboxes
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Name of a text file containing the Exchange Distinguished Names (DN) of mailboxes to be
; worked on. Each line of the file should have the following format:
; <SourceDN> [<DelimiterUsedInMailboxFile> <TargetDN>]
; The TargetDN is optional. If it is specified, depending on what the selected merge action
; is, it will be used to get the name of the PST file to be generated, or the name of the
; mailbox into which data will be merged.
; By default, a comma is used as the delimiter between the source and target DNs. You
; can specify another delimiter, using the DelimiterUsedInMailboxFile setting.
;
; Blank lines are ignored.
; Lines beginning with a ##~ are ignored as comments
; If this setting is not specified, all mailboxes, except those for services (DS, IMS etc)
; on the specified server will be processed.
;
; This setting is only applicable when running the program in Batch mode.
;
; Default Value: Blank
;
FileContainingListOfMailboxes =

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; DateAttribute
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting specifies which date attribute the program should use when extracting items
; by date.
; This setting is valid only if valid dates/times have been specified in the
; SelectMessageStartDate and SelectMessageEndDate settings.
;
; Possible values:
; 0 - PR_MESSAGE_DELIVERY_TIME
; 1 - PR_LAST_MODIFICATION_TIME
;
; Default value: 0
;
DateAttribute = 0

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; DataImportMethod
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting controls how the data will be copied from the source store to the target store.
; Possible values
; 0 - Copy all messages from the source store to the target store
; 1 - Merge messages into the target store. (Copy only those messages that do not exist in the target store.
; 2 - Replace existing messages in the target store. (If a message in the source store exists in the target store,
;     delete that message in the target store and then copy the message from the target store.
; 3 - Archive existing messages from the source store into the target store. If this option is selected, the program
;     will copy data from the source store to the target store and then delete the data from the source store.
;     This option is only valid if the MergeAction is Extract.
;
; Default Value: 1

DataImportMethod = 1

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; ReplaceDataOnlyIfSourceItemIsMoreRecent
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting, if set, will cause the program to replace items in the target store, only
; if the item in the source store is more recent than the item in the target store.
; This setting is applicable only if the DataImportMethod setting is set to 3 (Replace Data).
; To determine whether the item in the source store is more recent that the target store, the
; program will check the PR_LAST_MODIFICATION_TIME message attribute.
; If an item does not exist in the target store, it will be copied to the target store regardless
; of the value of this setting.
;
; Possible values:
; 0 - Replace all data in the target store
; 1 - Replace only items in the target store, if the source store has a more recent version.
;
; Default value: 1
;
ReplaceDataOnlyIfSourceItemIsMoreRecent = 1

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; CopyUserData
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting controls whether or not the program will copy user data (messages, folders,
; calendar, contacts etc.) Even if this setting is selected, the program will not copy
; Schedule+ data. It is recommended that this setting should normally be selected or else
; the program will not copy any folders and messages to the target store.
;
; Possible Values:
; 0 - Do NOT copy User Data (messages, folders, calendar, contacts etc.)
; 1 - Copy User Data
;
; Default Value: 1
;
CopyUserData = 1

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;CopyAssociatedFolderData
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting controls whether the program will copy associated folder messages.
; Associated messages are not visible in an Exchange client or Outlook, and are used by the client
; to save different settings.
; If you are running Exchange Server 5.0 or later, select this setting to have the program copy
; folder rules and views.
;
; Possible Values:
; 0 - Do not copy associated data for each folder
; 1 - Copy associated data for each folder
;
; Default Value: 0
CopyAssociatedFolderData = 0

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; CopyFolderPermissions
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting controls whether the program will copy folder permissions to the target folder.
; If this option is selected, folder permissions on the target folder will be OVERWRITTEN,
; by the permissions from the source folder
; Possible values:
; 0 - Do NOT overwrite permissions
; 1 - Copy permissions from the source folder to the target folder, OVERWRITING the existing
; permissions on the target folder.
;
; Default Value: 0

CopyFolderPermissions = 0

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; CopyDeletedItemsFromDumpster
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting controls whether the program will copy items that have been deleted by a user
; but can be recovered through Deleted Items Recovery.
; This setting is only valid when extracting data from an Exchange Server version 5.5 or later.
; For all other versions of Exchange Server, this setting is ignored.
; Possible Values:
; 0 - Do not copy items from the Dumpster
; 1 - Copy items from the Dumpster
;
; Default Value: 0

CopyDeletedItemsFromDumpster = 0

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; RemoveIntermediatePSTFiles
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; If this setting is set to 1, then the program will remove any intermediate .PST files that
; it creates. This option is only useful when the MergeAction is Extract&Import.
; If this option is set to 0, this will result in a build up of PST files
; and could cause the drive to run out of disk space.
;
; Default Value: 1
;
RemoveIntermediatePSTFiles = 1

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; UseThisPSTFileForAllMailboxes
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting points to an existing PST file.
; The file name should NOT have a path.
; The program will look for this file in the DataDirectoryName specified.
; If this setting is specified and the file exists, then the program will use this PST file instead of
; generating a PST filename based on the Directory Name.
;
; This option is only valid when the MergeAction is Import
; Currently, this option is only valid when running the program in batch mode.
;
; Default Value:
;
; Example:
; UseThisPSTFileForAllMailboxes = DataToBeImported.PST
;
UseThisPSTFileForAllMailboxes =

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; StartingIndex
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting specifies the index in the list of mailboxes, at which to start processing.
; The list of mailboxes could be obtained in many ways.
; a) From the source or destination server name specified in this file.
; b) From the list of mailboxes specified in a text file.
; c) From the list of database names specified in a text file.
;
; Using the different criteria specified, the program will extract a list of
; mailboxes. If the StartingIndex setting is specified, the program will start processing mailboxes
; at the StartingIndex,in the list of mailboxes.
;
; This setting is applicable only when running the program in batch mode.
;
; This setting could have a value from 0 onwards.
;
; Default Value: 0
;
StartingIndex=

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; EndingIndex
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting specifies the last index, in the list of mailboxes, which will be processed.
; This setting is used in conjunction with the StartingIndex setting and is only used if a valid
; StartingIndex has been specified.
; If a value is specified that is larger than the total number of mailboxes extracted, then the program
; will process all available mailboxes.
; This setting is applicable only when running the program in batch mode.
;
; A value of -1 indicates that the program should process mailboxes upto the end of the mailbox list.
;
; Default value: -1
EndingIndex=

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; LocalisedPersonalFoldersServiceName
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting indicates the name of the "Personal Folders" service
; in localised clients.
;
; French
;LocalisedPersonalFoldersServiceName=Dossiers personnels
; Spanish
;LocalisedPersonalFoldersServiceName=Carpetas personales
; German
;LocalisedPersonalFoldersServiceName=Persönliche Ordner
; Italian
;LocalisedPersonalFoldersServiceName=Cartelle personali


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; LocalisedExchangeServerServiceName
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting indicates the name of the "Exchange Server Service" service
; in localised clients.
; Usually this is the value of the [PR_PROVIDER_DISPLAY] entry under the
; [EMS_MDB_private] section of the MAPISVC.INF file.
;
; French
;LocalisedExchangeServerServiceName=Banque de messages Microsoft Exchange
; Spanish
;LocalisedExchangeServerServiceName=Almacén de mensajes de Microsoft Exchange
; German
;LocalisedExchangeServerServiceName=Microsoft Exchange-Nachrichtenspeicher
; Italian
;LocalisedExchangeServerServiceName=Archivio messaggi di Microsoft Exchange


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; MapFolderNameToLocalisedName
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting controls whether or not the program will search this file
; for localised names of folders. If this setting is set to 1, the program
; will check the [Folder Name Mappings] section in this file, to see if there is an entry for
; each folder being copied.
;
; The format of the entries in the [Folder Name Mappings] section is
; <Folder In Source Store>=<Folder In Target Store>
;
; If an entry for the folder being processed in the source store is found in the [[Folder Name Mappings]
; section, then instead of copying data to the original folder, it will copy data to the target folder name
; specified in the [Folder Name Mappings] section entry.
; However, if both the original folder and the new Target folder name are not found, then the program will
; create a folder with the original folder name.
;
; For example, if the MapFolderNameToLocalisedName setting is set to 1, before copying data from a
; folder called 'Inbox', the program will check the [Folder Name Mappings] section for a Inbox= entry.
; Say it finds an entry Inbox=Posteingang.
; Now instead of copying data to a folder called 'Inbox', or creating a new folder called 'Inbox'
; it will copy data to the folder called 'Posteingang', if it exists. If a folder called 'Posteingang'
; does not exist as well, then a new folder called 'Inbox' will be created.
;
; This will allow the program to recognise localised versions of the common Exchange folders: Inbox,
; Outbox, Deleted Items etc..
; This setting is only useful when merging data extracted from a source modified with a different language
; client and then importing that data into a target store with a different language client..
; For example, you extract data from a mailbox, with an English client installed, into a .PST file. Then you
; import the data from this .PST file, into a mailbox, with a German client installed.
;
;
; Default Value: 0
MapFolderNameToLocalisedName=0


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; RenameFoldersBasedOnFolderMappings
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting controls whether the program should rename folders in the target store
; if a mapping entry is found in the [Folder Name Mappings] section.
; This setting is used only if the MapFolderNameToLocalisedName setting is 1.
;
; The format of the entries in the [Folder Name Mappings] section is
; <Folder In Source Store>=<Folder In Target Store>
;
; If the MapFolderNameToLocalisedName setting has a value of 1, then when processing a folder from the source store,
; if an entry for the folder is found in the [[Folder Name Mappings] section, then instead of copying data to
; the original folder, it will copy data to the target folder name specified in the [Folder Name Mappings] section entry.
;
; If the RenameFoldersBasedOnFolderMappings setting is 1, then the program will rename the folder in the target store
; to which we will be copying data, to the name of folder in source store from which data is being copied.
;
; For example, if the MapFolderNameToLocalisedName setting is set to 1, before copying data to a  folder called 'Inbox',
; the program will check the [Folder Name Mappings] section for a Inbox= entry.
; Say it finds an entry Inbox=Posteingang. Now instead of copying data to a folder called 'Inbox', or creating a new
; folder called 'Inbox' it will copy data to the folder called Posteingang, if it exists.
; If the RenameFoldersBasedOnFolderMappings setting is 1, the program will rename the Posteingang folder to Inbox.
; If a folder called Posteingang does not exist, then a new folder called 'Inbox' will be created and the data will be copied
; to it.
;
; This setting is only useful when merging data extracted from a source modified with a different language
; client and then importing that data into a target store with a different language client and you wish to change the names of
; the default folders.
; For example, you extract data from a mailbox, with an English client installed, into a .PST file. Then you
; import the data from this .PST file, into a mailbox, with a German client installed. In other words before you import the data
; the target mailbox has the default folder names in German. If you are importing data from a PST file with English folder names
; and you want the target mailbox to have English folder names after the import, then you will need to have a
; <English Folder Name>=<German Folder Name> mapping in the [Folder Name Mappings section], and you will need to set the
; MapFolderNameToLocalisedName setting to 1 and the RenameFoldersBasedOnFolderMappings setting to 1.
; If you set the MapFolderNameToLocalisedName setting to 1 but the RenameFoldersBasedOnFolderMappings setting is set to 0,
; the program will copy data from the English Folder name in the PST to the corresponding German folder name in the mailbox
; but will not rename the German folder names. Hence, after the import, the target mailbox will still have German folder names,
; but data will be in the corresponding German folders.

; Default Value: 0
RenameFoldersBasedOnFolderMappings=0

[Folder Name Mappings]

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Make sure that the value for MapFolderNameToLocalisedName is set to 1 or
; the settings in this section will be ignored.
; These entries are also used when the RenameFoldersBasedOnFolderMappings setting is 1.
;
; The format of the entries in this section is:
; <Folder In Source Store>=<Folder In Target Store>
;
; For example, to map folder names from English to German the following could
; be used:
; Inbox = Posteingang
; Delete Items = Geloschte Objekte
; Sent Items = Gesendete Objekte
; Outbox =  Postausgang


[International]

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;DefaultLocaleID
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting specifies the Default Locale that the program should use
; when it logs onto mailboxes. If this setting is not specified, the program
; will use the default locale of the machine on which the program is run.
; The value should be specified as a decimal number.
;
; Following are some of the locale and code page values
;
; ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Name                                    Code Page ID      Locale      ID            
; ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
;Chinese (PRC)                              936            2052
;Chinese (Taiwan)                        950            1028
;Czech                                    1250            1029
;Danish                                    1252            1030
;Dutch                                    1252            1043
;English (US)                              1252            1033
;Finnish                              1252            1035
;French                                    1252            1036
;German                                    1252            1031
;Greek                                    1253            1032
;Hungarian                              1250            1038
;Japanese                              932            1041
;Korean                                    949            1042
;Italian                              1252            1040
;Norwegian                              1252            2068
;Polish                                    1250            1045
;Portugese (Portugal)                        1252            2070
;Portugese (Brazil)                        1252            1046
;Russian                              1251            1049
;Spanish (Mexico)                        1252            2058
;Spanish (Modern Sort)                        1252            3082
;Spanish (Traditional Sort)                  1252            1034
;Swedish                              1252            1053
;Turkish                              1254            1055
; ---------------------------------------------------------------------------


DefaultLocaleID =


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;UseLastLogonLocaleID
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; This setting specifies whether the program should use the last logon locale ID
; when it logs onto mailboxes. If this setting is not specified, the program
; will use the DefaultLocaleID.
; The value should be specified as a decimal number.
;
; Possible Values:
; 0       - Do Not use last logon locale ID
; >= 1 - Use last logon locale ID
;
; Default Value: 0
;

UseLastLogonLocaleID = 0



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and as you know when there is a ; in front of the line "it means a comment"

so the sample should be any all lines without the ; in front


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