Thursday, February 21, 2013

Wak-A-PST with Microsoft Exchange PST Capture 2.0

Microsoft Downloads - Microsoft Exchange PST Capture 2.0

Microsoft Exchange PST Capture 2.0 is used to discover and import .pst files into Exchange Server or Exchange Online

Version: 15.00.0641.000
Date published: 2/20/2013

Language: English

KB articles: KB2815301

PSTCapture.msi, 11.2 MB

PSTCaptureAgent.msi, 632 KB

PST Capture 2.0 is used to discover and import Outlook Personal Folder (.pst) File Format files into Exchange Server and Exchange Online. PST Capture helps an organization that wishes to gain more control over their email data repositories by placing them into Exchange. By optionally installing PST Capture Agents on target machines, administrators can determine where .pst files are located and who their file owner is via the PST Capture Console. Administrators can import .pst files via Import Lists to Exchange Server or Exchange Online. Data can be directly imported into the primary mailbox or associated archive mailbox.

System requirements

Supported operating systems: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Vista

  • Review the Technical Documentation prior to installation of Microsoft Exchange PST Capture 2.0
  • Exchange Server 2010 or Exchange Server 2013, if used to import to Exchange Server 2010 and Exchange 2013 mailboxes or archives
  • Exchange Online (Office 365) subscription if used to import to Exchange Online (Office 365) mailboxes or archives
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 or later
  • PowerShell 3.0 or later
  • Microsoft Outlook 2010 x64 (only required on the host computer where you install the Central Service and Console)


If you have PST Sprawl then you know how cool this might be for you,  if you've ever SELECT PST.* FROM All My PC, Notebooks, Network Shares... then again you'll know how cool this sounds. If not, then move on, nothing for you here... :P


Related Past Post XRef:
Recapture your sanity and get a handle on PST sprawl... Microsoft releases free "PST Capture" utility
Ahh.... All those PST's on my network are killing me. I wish I could capture them all and import them... (hint: The Exchange Team has heard your cries and will have something for you soon)

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