Exchange 2013 Public Folders

I have an Exchange 2013 server holding 110GB of Public Folders. I am in the middle of an Office 365 Cutover but would rather move these files out to a shared drive on a file server rather than try to migrate into Office 365. Does anyone know how I can accomplish this or a really nice tool I can buy that would bring the Public Folders into a shared drive on a Windows server?
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Rajith EnchiparambilOffice 365 & Exchange ArchitectCommented:
You can export the public folders into PSTs or find a software that does the same if you have large PF structure.
TabDBAuthor Commented:
If I export to PST what would be my maximum size for each PST? Will the files retain permissions in the PST files? I would like to hear of recommendations of software that can perform the migration function to a shared drive and still retain permissions in the folder structure.
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Simply exporting the Public Folders to PST will not retain the permissions. You will need to use Get-PublicFolderClientPermission and Get-PublicFolderAdministrativePermission export them to a CSV and then use Set-PublicFolderClientPermission and Set-PublicFolderAdministrativePermission, after you have done the import of the Public Folders.

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I believe you only need a software which can export public folders into PST format, and then you can move this data anywhere, either shared drive on a Windows server or any other location. Download Stellar edb to pst converter tool to export edb file or large size public folders data to PST file. Check this utility here

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TabDBAuthor Commented:
I have the PST files created from the Public Folders. I guess my need is how to import these PST files into Office 365.
TabDBAuthor Commented:
This software looks promising for what we are trying to do. Accepting this solution but still have to contact the software company to verify it will fulfill our needs.
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