The settings in this User .psts panel, shown in Figure 2–4, define how the program will save users’ Personal Folders (.pst) files. Depending on your choices in other panels in this program, certain sections of this screen may not apply and may appear grayed-out (unavailable) in the display.
The settings in this panel determine hoe Exchange users' Contacts, Journal, and Notes data will be converted to local (desktop) Connector for Microsoft Outlook Personal Folders (.pst) files.
Size for new Sun Java System Connector ... .pst: ____ MB: The expected amount of disk space required for the new .pst file into which selected items from the old Exchange server are copied. The user program aborts the conversion if a user does not have this much disk space available. Leave this value set at its default unless you have some particular reason to expect that your .pst files will be larger.
Migrate Exchange server Contacts to Sun Java System Address Book Server: Tells the user program to migrate the user’s Exchange Contacts and copy them to the Sun Java System Address Book Server. If this option is unmarked, no Exchange Contacts will be migrated.
Update ALL addresses to SMTP format: Tells the user program to convert all addresses that occur within Personal Folders (.pst) files to SMTP (Internet standard) format.
By default, automatically convert a .pst if file is smaller than: ____ MB: In Silent mode: The user program will ignore (not convert) any .pst files larger than or equal to the size specified here. In Interactive mode: If any existing .pst files are larger than or equal to the specified size, the program will prompt the user to specify which (if any) of the large files to convert.
Auto-minimize setup wizard and convert .psts in the background, if total size of all .psts exceeds: ____ MB: This setting is irrelevant in Silent mode. In the Interactive mode, if the total size of all .pst files to be converted exceeds the size specified here, the user program will convert the profiles first, and then automatically minimize itself to the user’s Task Bar to convert the .pst files as a background process. Once the profile has been converted, the user can run Outlook and access the converted profile.
Prompt user for password and convert (not an option in Silent mode): Tells the user program to prompt the user for the password to open each .pst file and convert it.
Do not convert but keep old .pst in profile: Tells the user program to not convert the .pst file, but to keep the unconverted .pst file in the profile.
Do not convert and remove from profile: Tells the user program to not convert the .pst file, and to remove the unconverted .pst file from the profile. (The old .pst file is not, however, physically deleted from the user’s hard drive.)
Migrate POP/IMAP .pst Calendar and Tasks to Sun Java Enterprise Server: Tells the user program to migrate the user’s POP/IMAP calendar data and tasks to the Sun Java Enterprise Server. If this option is unmarked, no calendar data or tasks will be migrated. Note that Contacts are migrated by default, so no settings are needed for Contacts.
Associate all existing desktop data with the new Sun Java System Connector for Microsoft Outlook profile: Tells the user program to associate the user’s existing POP/IMAP desktop data with the new Sun Java System profile. If selected, the local .pst file is not deleted.