The Easiest Way to Import and Export PST Files

  • Exmerge type tool designed for Exchange 2010 Servers
  • Great Tool for Migration to Exchange 2010
  • Easy and Simple to Install and Use

ExchangeServerPST is easy to install and uses Graphical Interface to import and export PST files from Exchange 2010 Server mailboxes. No complicated PowerShell commands to learn. Install now for FREE trial.

ExchangeServerPST is Like ExMerge for Exchange 2010 (Only Better)

MS Exchange Administrators know that Exmerge was a valuable tool that generated PST files in older Exchange Servers. However, in MS Exchange 2010, the Exmerge utility is no longer provided. ExchangeServerPST replaces and upgrades Exmerge. It allows you to easily import and export PST files from Exchange 2010 server mailboxes in just two simple steps with an easy-to-use graphical interface. Import your PST files into Exchange 2010 Server Online Archiving. You no longer need to use Powershell commands like export-mailbox,import-mailbox, New-Mailboximportrequest and New-Mailboxexportrequest. Download for free or see Screenshots.

Standard and Professional Versions

Exchange Server PST
Import and Export PST files with Exchange 2010 Servers
Supports importing PST files larger than 2GB in size
Granular control of Inbox items to export from Mailboxes
Import PST files directly into Exchange 2010 Online Archive
Built-in scheduler for exporting Mailboxes to PST files

How ExchangeServerPST Works

ExchangeServerPST is very easy to use. Simply install the software on the Exchange 2010 Server where the mailboxes are located, select the mailboxes for which PST files need to be imported or exported and let the tool do the rest of the job for you. Exporting and Importing Exchange 2010 mailboxes is incredibly easy with this tool.

Reasons to Import Mailbox Data

There are many reasons why you would need to import mailbox data:
  • You're migrating from earlier versions of Exchange and need a quick way to restore users' Mailboxes.

  • Move mailbox data from one server to another

  • To create a test environment

  • Move a users' .pst file into his or her mailbox or personal archive: Microsoft Outlook users can save their e-mail locally as .pst files

Reasons to Export Mailbox Data

There are many reasons why you would like to export mailbox data:

  • Satisfy compliance requirements: You can export mailbox content to a .pst file for legal discovery purposes. After the export is complete, you can import the content to a mailbox used specifically for compliance purposes.

  • Create a point-in-time snapshot of a mailbox: By creating a snapshot of specific mailboxes, you avoid having to retain an entire backup set for a mailbox database.

  • Move a user's .pst file into his or her mailbox or personal archive: Microsoft Outlook users can save their e-mail locally as .pst files

The Value of Creating PST Files from Mailboxes

PST files provide the most convenient, reliable, and fastest way to recover mailbox items such as emails, contacts, calendar events for any mailbox. PST files can be imported back into the Exchange Servers or attached directly to the Outlook on a desktop. After a server crash and moving to a new Exchange server, having PST files available for import can be a life saver for the Administrator. These are some of the uses of the PST files created from an Exchange Server:

PST files provides access to previous mailbox items even when Exchange is down PST files are easier and more flexible to restore, attach PST directly to Outlooks PST files allow a bloated mailbox size to be reduced without loss of older items PST files can be used for importing mailboxes into a new Exchange server. PST files provide most convenient backup of individual mailbox items.


We migrated from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010. We needed an Exmerge type utility to create PST in Exchange 2010. We came across this software. An excellent tool to have for an Exchange administrator.

Ben Xing
IT Administrator