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Hello,

We have a remote office in Shanghai the new VP there does not like Foxmail.  I have never used it. Would it be possible to migrate that database or mailbox to Exchange 2010 environment?

Thanks in advance.
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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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I have never heard of Foxmail. However, if you can export the mailboxes to a PST file format you will be able to create new mailboxes in Exchange and import the PST files into their respective user's mailboxes.

Will.
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Thank you. that is what i was thinking.  Foxmail i used in an office an Shanghai.  I had never heard of it either
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