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Copying public folders from a MS exchange server to a local directory

 
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Hi all,

I am currently looking into copying public folders and emails from a MS exchange server 2003 to a local directory in window explorer, in the same structure.

Firstly, would anyone know if it would be better to get the .pst file containing the public folders and emails and then to do some java code to read the .pst file to extract the folders and its content or would it be better to access the server and to read the public folders and its content and then copy across to a local directory?

Also, anyone got any links where I can do some more research on this subject?

Many thanks
 
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