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I have a client that installed Windows 2003 SB Edition, and only uses the Exchange server piece for storing files (.doc, .xls, .eml) in the "Public Folders". All their email is handled by a local POP3 provider. I would prefer to move them off the Exchange server. They have hundreds of complicated folders, and several hundred files stored inside the "Public Folders". I need a way to migrate the folder and file structure to a local share on the computer. I can do it manually, but wow... what a bear. I have to manually recreate all the folders, and then I can drag and drop the files... very time consuming. I'm looking for a utility that will help me do this. Any information, and/or tips and tricks, would be greatly appreciated. Kind regards, Bill Burriss bill@burriss.com 910.612.1656
ASKED: October 8, 2007  8:28 PM
UPDATED: February 21, 2008  7:23 AM

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I don’t know of a tool which will do this. I’m guessing that a manual creating of folders and dragging the files out will be your best bet.

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  • BrentSheets
    Hi Bill. You did a great job of choosing Tags for your question but they were all combined into a single sentence. I broke that long sentence into individual tags. Think of tags as labels or keywords for your question. Tags ensure that your question shows up under the best possible category, so that others can find it and reply. Thanks.
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