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EXMERGE Download Not Working

EXMERGE Download Not Working

EXMERGE Download Not Working

I just downloaded EXMERGE from the Microsft site, and it doesn't work. Whether I run it from a command prompt or from Windows, I get this message:

"This application has failed to start because EXCHMEM.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem"


RE: EXMERGE Download Not Working

You need to put it in the exchsrvr\bin folder.


RE: EXMERGE Download Not Working

Wow that was easy. Thanks.

Do you know if Microsft publishes a manual on using EXEMERGE?

RE: EXMERGE Download Not Working

Never seen a manual as such, but there are plenty of places online with usage tips.


RE: EXMERGE Download Not Working

Exmerge tool gives error in Windows NT 4.0 with  Exchange 5.5 ?

We are in the process of Migrating exchange 5.5 from NT 4.0 box to exchange 2003 on SBS 2003 box.

I had downloaded the Exmerge tool from microsoft site and extracted it into our /exchsrvr/bin directory in my Nt 4.0 box and when I click on the utility I get this error:

"The procedure entry point GetComputernameExw could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll"

This is NT 4.0 (Service pack 6) box

Any help !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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