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One of our sites has been purchased by another company. I need to save their email off of our email server for them (Archive etc. I know they will need this info eventually). Some of their mailboxes are 5GB! I can't see creating individual PST's, one at a time for each mailbox. Does someone know an easier way. We can't purchase 3rd party software or services. I must be free.
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EXmerge over multiple PST files is about your only choice. If you want a single PST then you will need to export the content through Outlook.

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