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Extract all folder incl. Mails of a  pst to *msg format to hdd and import it to sharepoint directory

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hi

i like to extract a pst (1,5GB) from Exchange 2010  to a format i can import
directly to a document library of sharepoint server 2010.

A step between could be to save all folders and mails in the pst to *msg format including
the folder structure in the pst to harddrive.

Could you give me an advice?

thanks in advance.
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Thank thats a nice tool but what about msg to sharepoint document library?
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There are other nice free tool on that site. Normally for copying data to sharepoint, i open sharepoint library in Outlook and copy it over from the mailbox or PST file.
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I found this below to connect sharepoint to outlook. But only some comercial
software like repstor allow to drag&drop from outlook to sharepoint.
How you solve this to drag & drop incl. folders?



Connecting a SharePoint Library in Outlook
Open both your SharePoint site and Microsoft Outlook.
In SharePoint, open the document library or list you wish to connect to Outlook.
Also in SharePoint, click on the Actions menu button in the upper left navigation panel.
If you’re using Internet Explorer, click Connect to Outlook. If you’re using Mozilla Firefox, click Connect to Client.
After clicking, you will receive a prompt asking if you trust the source and wish to accept the connection into Outlook 2007. Click YES to continue.
The connection has now been made and Outlook will open the list or library. If you switch back to your folder list in Microsoft Outlook, you’ll see the new data store that’s created and you’ll see the list or library you’ve added.
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