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Re: MS Exchange to MBOX



We have been using pop and imap for individual account migrations, but this becomes impossible with a large amount of accounts. We have roughly 4000 accounts that need to be migrated.

Josh

On Aug 9, 2007, at 1:07 PM, Virden, Larry W. wrote:

I seem to recall seeing a recent message on a google newsletter about a
toolset that google makes available to companies who are using the
google enterprise toolset that would allow them to migrate exchange
folders to gmail. Maybe there's something there that would be of use.
Also, note that there's this "outlook on the web" application that
microsoft has - maybe there is someone taking advantage of that .

Please follow up here to let us know what you successfully use. I know
of other situations where getting to the data from the exchange server
would be useful.

Isn't there some sort of pop or imap interface to the exchange server?


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Subject: MS Exchange to MBOX

We are planning on moving a large amount of Exchange mailboxes to UNIX
mbox format.

My question is, does anyone know of any projects out there or of any
tools that can assist in this conversion?

Thanks
Josh

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