Is there any way to use  Exmerge that will allow to export pst files above the 2GB limit?

Posted on 2008-06-23
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
We need to export some mail boxes from an exchange 2000 server to pst files using exmerge. Teh mail boxes are about 3 GB.  I found that exmerge stops at 2 GB. I was readying that you can do the process twice and have two pst files ( 1.5 GB each). How would I do that?
Any other ways?
I can not use outlook, since no computer are joined to that old domain.
If I could use exmerge to do more than 2 GB pst's , then I woudl use outlook 2003 to import to exchange on each user.
Question by:netcomp
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amaheshwari earned 500 total points
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Use Exmerge with dat range and create 2 or more than that PST.

This link will help you somehow to export options, dont delete the mails as discussed in article:

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ID: 21867206
Great it worked. I just selected two date ranges.

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