BATCH Export Exchange Mailboxes To .PST

Posted on 2009-02-16
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I need to export about 30 mailboxes from an exchange server to .PST so we can build a new server and import them into newly build accounts on the new server.

We do not want to manually run the export per mailbox.
Is there a way to do this as a batch - ideally free and with a GUI.
We want to leave this running overnight.
Question by:swan_solutions
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    What version of Exchange are you using?
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    you can use Exmerge tool to carry out this function. this is available on Microsoft Download site

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    Exchange 2003 (on SBS2003)
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    I have given you the link for Exchange 2003. Bascially use follow the link I gave you for ExMerge.

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    thanks all

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