Exchange 2010 migrating .pst files from outlook 2003

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We have upgrade to exchange server 2010 and I am curious to see how can I import a .pst file that a user created in outlook 2003 into the exchange 2010 secondary mailbox.

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ASKED: July 13, 2010  1:42 PM
UPDATED: August 12, 2011  7:40 PM

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I am not sure what you mean by secondary mailbox. Do you mean you want someone else to open the pst the user created? Do you want her to open her own pst created in outlook 2003? She should be able to open her own easily enough in outlook. Either choose file>import and export to import it, or file>open>outlook data file to open it as its own folder on her folder list.

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  • Twetz
    first upgrade outlook client to 2010 then import pst and tag them
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  • Fwilburn
    Would you please explain the answer you gave. Specifically, "tag them". How and what does this do?
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  • bobluis
    Here is the useful tips and tricks to resolve this migration problem:http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/da/outlook/thread/b91952ec-cb5a-458e-922e-195c3484b55bthanks
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