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Migrate OutlookExpress to GroupWise

Migrate OutlookExpress to GroupWise

Migrate OutlookExpress to GroupWise

I search a tool to migrate OutlookExpress mailbox to GroupWise 5.x mailbox

thank for your help

RE: Migrate OutlookExpress to GroupWise

I don't know of a tool to go directly from OE to Groupwise, but you can export from OE to Outlook .pst (Personal Folders) files and then from .pst to GroupWise.


RE: Migrate OutlookExpress to GroupWise

there is a utility that will convert from outlook express to groupwise called RicksGWconverter. it converts from a variety of addressbooks to GW by using Excel as an intermediate process. i can't remember weher i found this but i suspect in a Pegasus utilities web site. if you want a copy you can contact me directly.

RE: Migrate OutlookExpress to GroupWise

where can I find Ricks GW converter???

RE: Migrate OutlookExpress to GroupWise

Thanks....it worked great!!

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