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I need to transfer a email domain which is on my Exch 2003, its a second email address for this company. can i create a .pst file of the exchange? not each users mailbox from their Outlook--you do this as weel later....
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I will be transfering the email domain to another company
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then this is the way to export the mailboxes to PST files.
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Great...
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