Microsoft Exchange 2007 SP3- Export all mailbox to PST file

Hello Friends,,
We have migrated our existing email system to cloud solution.
We still have many mailboxes having emails on local exchange 2007 server
I am looking for a  free tool or workaround to export the emails from all mailboxes to PST file respectively
Pls suggest .
Haris KhanAsked:
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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
With Outlook and PowerShell Exchange Management Shell (both 32bit!) it is easy to do.
Get-Mailbox -Resultsize Unrestricted | % { Export-Mailbox $_ -PstFolderPath C:\Exports\$($_.samAccountName).pst }

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Haris KhanAuthor Commented:
@Qlemo.. Thanks for your post, my exchange is 64 bit
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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
That does not matter (much). Install PS Exchange Management on a client having Outlook installed. You won't have Outlook installed on the Exchange Server machine anyway.
Haris KhanAuthor Commented:
OK@Qlemo.. Thanks for the reply.
Can we either install Exchange Management Tool om 64 bit Client having Outlook 2010?
Can we install outlook on exchange server and may run these commands?

Pls reply
QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
Outlook on Exchange is a no-go, but I can't remember the reason.
You can install the Exchange Management Shell on a 64bit machine, but you need to use the 32bit shell and 32bit Outlook. 64bit Outlook is bad practice anyway for a lot of reasons.

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