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Copying a Mailbox to a PST file from and Exchange 2003 server store

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I have three mailboxes that have been subpoena. I need to make and image of their current mailboxes and export them to .PST files.


Anyone have any idea how to do this in Exchange 2003?

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Justin
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Use Exmerge

This link has some info about it
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;174197
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I would prefer to just "image" the store. I don't want to export ("MOVE") the mailbox and then restore it again. I just want a copy of what is currently in the store moved to a PST file.

Anyone else. Sepcificity is prefered.

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What exmerge does is that it makes a copy of the users mailboxes to a PST file named the same as their username. You can choose that you should only copy out, and not import in.
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