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Handy Utilities for the Exchange Administrator

By Drew Nicholson,


Neither Drew Nicholson nor OutlookExchange.COM take any responsibility for damages that occur to your Data when you use utilities that you download off of this page. ALWAYS BACKUP UP YOUR DATA before running these utilities. Thus endeth the lesson.

  • Need to turn that pesky OST into a PST for easier access and re-integration into your Exchange Store? Then use ost2pst.exe.
  • Need to move mailboxes from one organization to another, or to merge two different backups? Download this zip file to get everything you need to run ExMerge 3.71.
  • Can't remember which hotfixes you have applied to your servers? Check out Q282784 at Microsoft's support site to get Qfecheck.exe. (This is more a Win2K Server utility, but it's really helpful to have.)

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