Thanks for feedback.
> No response at all from the newsgroup.
> To date, this is what I have discovered.
> 1. There is no obvious way to perform the IMAP migration as root.
> 2. The UNIX Source Extraction utility does not extract data from folders
> and dumps core when it hits a file it can't interpret as mail (like a tar
> file). Its useless for most IMAP users, but might work for POP accounts.
> 3. The most productive approach appears to be having the users download
> mail and use the Outlook Import functionality. It does a good job, can get
> both messages and address book(s).
> I will let you know how the migration goes and whether I find a better
> migration method.
> > I have tested the IMAP migration tool and it works fine connecting to a
> > server and sucking down the messages into Exchange Server.
> > I am very happy with the tool, but I have one constraint - I don't have
> > access to the user passwords and with preliminary testing, I can't figure
> > out how to run the migration as 'root' to access all the user mailboxes.
> > Can anyone point me in the right direction?
> > Please reply to "paul-at-wolffdata.com" and I will post a summary to the
> > group.
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