ost file to a pst

Question, i archived the accounts on my network, before replacing the DC, however it saved the bulk of the data as *.OST files and not *.PST files. Are there any freeware products out there that i can use to transfer the OST to a PST? If not freeware, then please advise the best affordable solution for this issue.
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OST2PST used to be freeware, but they charge for it now I believe.....
 I think this is an older version.....
Glen KnightCommented:
OST2PST wont work for Outlook 2007 I user Kernel PST: http://www.kerneldatarecovery.com/buy-ost-email-recovery.html

however if you performes a copy ypu cannot selext to export it to OST.

The OST file is outlooks offline cache of what is on the exchange server.

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You can use Advanced Exchange Recovery at http://www.datanumen.com/aexr/ . It is not a freeware but it works for me.
Sc0tsm4nAuthor Commented:
All of your assistance was useful but in the end i managed to find a SBS 2008 backup of exchange and do a restore from it to recover the mail boxes. Alot of the programs linked claim to do this but from my research u would need to spend upwards of $250 to do it, thus contacting MS was cheaper so we went with this option. thanks for you time...
You really should have accepted your final answer as the accepted one......
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