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Can you export mailbox data from the servers Systems manager to a pst file

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I need to export users data from end users mailboxes to a pst file for them. Instead of having to go to each workstation is there a way to export the data right from the System manager on the 2003 exchange server sbs? If yes how do you do it?

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Not sure what format you need the data in but i have an old .cmd file with the contents below, extracts email addresses from all objects in our AD. Not used it in a long while but i believe it works.

csvde -s <dc name> -d "DC=internal,DC=domain,DC=co,DC=uk" -p subtree -f mailusers.txt -l "name,objectclass,proxyAddresses" -r "(&(proxyAddresses=*)(&(!objectclass=computer)(|(objectclass=user)(objectclass=contact))))"
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