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Outlook 2002 configured for POP3 upgrade to Outlook 2003 with Exchange

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I am in the process of upgrading a 50 user firm that uses Outlook 2002 that is setup for POP3 email (no exchange server) to Outlook 2003 with a Exchange 2003. What is the easiest way to automate the upgrade? Do i have to manually import the .pst files once they are on Exchange? Is there an automated way to import them all thru Exchange? If I upgrade Outlook 2002 to Outlook 2003 with Cache-mode enabled with it recognize the local .pst file and convert it into a .ost?


Thanks in advance,

Rich
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There is quite a bit of info at http://www.slipstick.com/exs/index.htm
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Why a C?  Please explain.
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Because I have already been searching for a solution to my question. Sorting thru a multitude of information. The link you provided was just another one of the many that i have already come across.


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