Migration

We currently out source our email. We have decided to bring exchange back in house. Our new exchange server will be Exchange 2007 x64 enterprise. All the clients are using Outlook 2003 and setup as RPC over Https. However, we do not want to involve the out sourcing company that we are doing this at this time. What options do we have to import the PST to our exchange server besides export PST to file and then import them back into the new exchange server?

Any feed back would be greatly appreciative.

Thank you,
Michael Schultz



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SembeeCommented:
With Exchange 2007 at the moment - the export/import through Outlook is your only option.
There are no server based import methods currently available - that will be reintroduced with Service Pack 1 towards the end of the year.

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surf4evrAuthor Commented:
Simon,

Thank you for your feedback.

Michael
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surf4evrAuthor Commented:
Simon,

By chance do you know what methods might be reintroduced with server pack 1 that you mentioned?
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SembeeCommented:
The release notes are available for reading.
http://download.microsoft.com/download/5/e/6/5e672458-592a-44a2-b489-11cec19d3c82/RelNotes.htm

That gives some idea.

The actual service pack though is not available - unless something has changed very recently (like in the last couple of hours).

Simon.
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