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How to Import calendar.pst  to public folders Exchamge 2010?

Posted on 2010-08-30
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The Public folders were exported from Exchange 2003 to PST. How to import PST public folders (including calendar) to Public folders Exchange 2010? When I attach PST file to the Outlok Administrator profile and try to copy the calendar to public folders I am reciving error - included in the attachment. I am importing using admin profile - have owner permissions.

Please advise.

Derek    pst error
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make sure your account has top level folder creation permissions (member of hte Public Folder Management group)
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee633461.aspx
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you can't copy/paste it

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open outlook

click on the folder you want it to go into, in the public folders.  make a new one first if you want

now, with that highlighted...

file > import/export
import from a file
a pst file
locate the pst file
for options, import into CURRENT FOLDER (not same folder)
ok a few times and enjoy
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oh sorry, when you're on the screen that lets you pick "current folder", make sure you highlight the calendar in the pst on that screen
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Can you import it as a folder in Outlook / instead of trying to copy paste it directly to PF.

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thats what i said :)
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last push for points in august - thanks for the bump :)
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