SBS Exchange PST 2010

When I extract a PST file from SBS 2003 w exchange, will the Calendars, contacts etc come with the extraction ?
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Glen KnightConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Yes you can, as long as it's Outlook 2007 or newer.
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AkhaterCommented:
Yes pst will exchange everything calendar contacts etc... Unless you specify to export only a section in the wizard
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Glen KnightCommented:
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tonyg01Author Commented:
demazter
great article, and this sounds like what I need to do to get the PST files off the Server, do you have and article to push them back into SBS 2011 with exchange ?  
I've read several articles talking about loading Outlook 64 bit version on the Server, is this the preferred way ? or is thier a better solution ...
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saimirkaCommented:
You can just drag them back to the exchange inbox to be uploaded back
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tonyg01Author Commented:
Can you please explain "Drag them Back" into the exchange inbox. This on the Server ? Thru the Client Pc with Outlook ?
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Glen KnightCommented:
They have changed the commands in Exchange 2010 SP1 (SBS2011) this article gives the updated commands and methods: http://www.msexchange.org/articles_tutorials/exchange-server-2010/management-administration/look-import-export-mailbox-improvements-exchange-2010-service-pack-1-part1.html
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tonyg01Author Commented:
demazter
Ok this is like the grasshopper questioning the Master, but I have to ask. You are ok with installing Outlook 2010 directly in the exchange server, or should I use a client PC. And last,  this has been tried on a production server ?

I have several mailboxs to move that no one will have sense of humor over if I mess up

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tonyg01Author Commented:
dmazter
One last question when running the command line procedure in your article are you running from the SBS server, or the Managment console remotley ? Whats your recommendation ?

Thank you
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tonyg01Author Commented:
Thank you for your help
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