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Posted on 2012-04-11
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Hi all,
I have to move several users to Exchange 2010 (in house) from POP3 mail accounts (hosted pop).

Situation:
User has e-mail and PST in Outlook. He also has another PST attached to Outlook what belonged to a person who worked for company before.
Basically if someone leaves his PST still needs to be accessible.

Question:
What would be the best way to move such setup to ms exchange 2010 environment?
Thank you in advance.
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I would just create a mailbox in Exchange 2010 (if the user doesn't already have) and import the pst files.
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Here a simple tutorial: Make import request in exchange 2010
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You're welcome! And it's really quite simple, much better than the old exmerge.

happy migrating!
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