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maricky

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Any thoughts would be helpful!

My company needs to have access to some very important emails on an archived kerio file, which is on an very old laptop.

Does anybody know how would it be possible for me to convert the file into something readable by other programs (such as a pst file)?

Thanks in advance!
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puretech

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hi Maricky,

Are you sure pdb files are emails? I have to admit i didn't know what it is until i googled and wiki told me this: Quote:
PDB stands for Program Database, a proprietary file format (developed by Microsoft) for storing debugging information about a program (or, commonly, program modules such as a DLL or EXE)


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maricky

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Hi thanks for letting me know!

But this is the only massive file that I can find. Assuming it should include all the information - emails, debugging etc?

Correct me if I am wrong. This is so urgent and we need get the emails out if possible!

Thanks"
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puretech

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Hi Maricky,

I doubt it would contain emails as it stores debugging information. But you can check the file and see what it contains.
I am not sure if i am allowed to post links here but google how to read pdb files and there is a link in stackflow which points to microsoft and some other.
If you have visual basic you might be able to use it but im not sure as programming isnt my forte.

hope this will help you.
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