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Move public folders and email to SBS 2008

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I need a rundown on how to move email, shared calendars and contacts data from a SBS 2000 server that is no longer on a network to SBS 2008.

I have never used exmerge, I need some pointers.
Are the calendars and contacts on the M: drive what I need to copy?
Where should the new shared calendar and contacts go? I see the companyweb has a calendar or should I create a publc folder and place them there?

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