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Groupwise native email conversion to PST

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Good morning,

Currently working on a project where I have been asked to convert Groupwise email to PST.  However, I'm new to the whole Groupwise email process.  I've converted email in the past using Transend Migrator, but I used the Groupwise client and connected to the server while on the actual groupwise domain.  

However, I'm offsite at the lab, and have received a disk containing a series of files (of which I'm not sure is groupwise by the way).

At the top level of the directory are a series of alphanumeric named files
eg. 4d5b8c8c.006

At that level is a folder called index

Within index are a 2nd series of alphanumerically named files with the extensions of:
.inc, .idx, and .xca, .xgx, .xwn and a series of other extension with various alphnumeric names.

Is it possible the administrator copied off the entire database structure?  What am I looking at.  Am I able to access anything without credentials (which I highly doubt)? is there anything we can do with these to convert?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank You!
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