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Exchange 2010 Export All Mailboxes to PST
« on: 10. August 2019., 11:56:51 »
Simply Export all mailboxes from Exchange 2010 by utilizing an awesome program which is the most trusted solution to perform the recovery and conversion process of EDB file PST known as the eSoftTools Exchange EDB to PST Converter[ Software. By this utility, the user gets the authority to amazingly extract all the internal items of the Exchange EDB file like emails, chats, tasks, notes, journals, appointments, and more to Outlook PST file without any hassle. It is able to fix all errors of the Exchange EDB file and it performs the conversion without installing the Exchange Server.

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Exchange 2010 Export All Mailboxes to PST
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Re: Exchange 2010 Export All Mailboxes to PST
« Reply #1 on: 16. October 2020., 12:44:17 »
Convert EDB file to Outlook PST using EDB to PST converter
Download EDB to PST Converter
Install it and run the program.
Open the software and click the Add EDB button which is on the ribbon bar.
Now select EDB files using the Search or Browse button.
 When the EDB file has been selected, click EDB files and go to the Ribbon bar, and select export in Outlook PST.
Now you will be prompted to check/uncheck the subfolders page. Check accordingly and click the Next.
Now you forward to the filter page, apply a filter based on Process Message Class and Process Item Date, and click the next.
Provide the details for the resultant PST.
After all the details have been fulfilled the user needs to wait for the process to complete.
After the process has been completed, save the report and click on the Finish.


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