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Exchange Server 2000 Data Conversion

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  My Exchange Server 2000 died. No hope of recovery. I still have access to the entire data directory. Does anyone know of a utility that will convert the data in this directory (the mda's or what ever) back in to .PST files? Can it be done? Thanks!
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Yes there is a utility.
It is called Ontrack Power Controls.
It is not cheap though but it is able to open an Exchange database and extract the data to PST files.
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Russ, sounds like the ticket but it looks like Ontrack is no more. Any idea where I can find it? Thanks!
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Really?

http://www.ontrack.com/powercontrols/

Looks live to me.

Simon.
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Oh dud .... Thanks Sembee!
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