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Red Gate introduces their new PST Importer for MS Exchange Server 2010

Posted by Lawrence Bonk as News, Press Releases

Red Gate has released a PST Importer tool that promises to end the performance and storage problems caused by PST files within Microsoft Exchange Server environments. If you’ve experienced these, you know what a hassle they can be.

The new tool enables SysAdmins to find PST files on their networks and import them into Exchange Server 2010. PST Importer 2010 can optionally import non-email items such as calendars, contacts and tasks into Exchange Server. Also, the project is not a drag on network infrastructure.

“It’s remarkable how often one hears ‘PST files’ and ‘nightmare’ used in the same sentence,” says Matt Dickens, Red Gate’s lead developer for PST Importer 2010. “But based on what we’re hearing from our customers, the nightmare can finally end with PST Importer 2010.”

Visit the Red Gate web site for more information and to download a free, fully functional 14-day trial version of PST Importer 2010.

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