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Exchange public folder export help

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Hi all, just wondering if there is a way of exporting my Exchange Server's Public Folders other than using a .pst file?

Problem is that we have approx 37gb of data incorporated inside and it would take ages to export to .pst with the 2gb limit.
 

Many thanks for any help

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Not really.
37gb in any other format is going to be a lot of work.

Simon.
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Thanks Simon
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