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Migrating Imap 3rd party to exchange/pst

Posted on 2011-02-24
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Currently running a non exchange server that stores everything as imap (merak icewarp).  All the messages in the store have a .imap extension.  Is there a  tool or something out there that can migrate them to pst or to outlook directly. Could i simply drag and drop into a outlook client?
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Did you try the file import and export wizard in outlook?

Once you save it to a .pst drag it back.
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they arent using outlook right now, this is a web based client
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Wait. Did you connect the 3rd part email to outlook first? if not, do that, then use the import and export wizard. Save it to your desktop or something. When you connect the exchange account to outlook, just drag the pst over.
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