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hi,

How can i export one public folder  in exch 2003 to a pst. the public folder has subfolders as well.
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You can create a Outlook profile for one mailbox and then connect to PF and then create a Blank PST and Drag-Drop the concerned PF from the PF tree to the PST and enjoi

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Might be helpful, if any doubts please do let me know

http://www.markmmanning.com/blog/2007/11/how-to-easily-migrate-public-folders.html

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