exchange 2000 - how to back up email file

Posted on 2006-06-07
Last Modified: 2010-03-06
Is there the equivalent to what would be an Outlook .pst file for a non-Exchange user for each of my Exchange 2000 users such that I can go to that file and back up the emails separately for each individual user?

Where is that file stored?  Also, can you copy it in a format that could then be imported into a non-Exchange Outlook environment?

Question by:daviddollinger
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    A non-Exchange user will be using a .PST file.

    An Exchange user uses the information store.  You can use ExMerge to extract the Information Store data and put it in a PST file for a given user.

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