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Copy large files and folders from Exchange server 2003

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Can someone recommend a best way to copy large no. of files and folders (the directory structure is huge) from the server to usb harddisk?

I already tried xcopy, it dint help.
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Question by:arkr12
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Andrew Davis earned 1500 total points
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google robocopy. This is what you want

Cheers
Andrew
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by:shahzoor
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try teracopy
you would love it :)
http://codesector.com/teracopy
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