MS Exchange PRIV.EDB and PUB.EDB dump

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I'm a Lotus shop with no Exchange instance in operation, and no MS Exchange talent on-board. But, I have rec'd a 10GB PRIV.EDB and 200MB PUB.EDB, both of which the Legal Dept would like to dump to an ascii file(s). Doesn't matter if the results are compatible with any other mail system - just a dump would be useful. Is there a way to do this without establishing an Exchange instance? Either instructions of reference to a service might be useful. Thx
ASKED: March 15, 2005  2:27 PM
UPDATED: March 30, 2005  11:21 AM

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  • SYSTEM33
    dear you have install Exchange Server with same version and same name and organisation and all. After that you can merge your data. See some exchane recovry document that will help. Mohit
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  • Tswoodrow
    "Is there a way to do this without establishing an Exchange instance?" The answer is NO. The only way to get at this data is to restore it to Exchange. Once in Exchange, you might use various migration tools to copy the data to Lotus Notes databases.
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  • hmarks
    Quest Software and Ontrack have utilities that will let you access these files and extract mailboxes into .PST files you can access with outlook. If your legal deparment is looking for something in particular we could do the export and search the data for you. Contact hmarks@naol.com if you need more details. - Howard
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