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Exporting Disconnected Mailboxes To PST Files

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Is there a way to export disconnected mailboxes to PST files without reconnecting them to an Active Directory account?  I have several hundred I need to do so if there is a way to do it in bulk that would be great as well.  This is on a Microsoft Exchange 2007 server.
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You cannot work on any disconnected mailboxes without connecting them. They are only visible in the view disconnected mailboxes.
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I was able to use SysTools Exchange Recovery to mass export disconnected mailboxes to their own .pst file.
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