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Dear all,

I'm trying to import an Outlook 2003 pst into KMS 6.4 through Outlook 2007.

Using the 6.4 KOC the import starts, and my inbox, sent items and some sub-folders (although these often are empty) are imported perfectly.

However, the connector is not importing the sub folders (well, not sub folders of my inbox, but folders above and below it).

These are not being imported. There are several caveats I am aware of, namely:

I'm using Outlook 2007 rather than '03 as the pst import guidelines detail.

I'm using beta software to connect to Outlook

The mailserver is only RC status.

Basically, I don't expect it to work perfectly, but not importing all the folders properly populated is a bit of a stopgap.

If anyone has any ideas, I would be very grateful. I've looked in the error logs and can find nothing relevant to it.
The pst file I am trying to import is around 1gb in size.
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