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    Exchange server files

    I have MS Exchange 5.5 running on a Win2k server. The administrator account (and the attached cluttered desktop) were turned over to me. I'm not one for clutter, and was wondering...what are most of these files? I've got no clue. Any idea what they are, and if I need them?
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    Re: Exchange server files

    I can't seem to extract the file...is it just me? <img src=/S/shrug.gif border=0 alt=shrug width=39 height=15>
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    Re: Exchange server files

    <img src=/S/hmmn.gif border=0 alt=hmmn width=15 height=15> I think it's because I used some funky version of WinZip...I'll try again in a few minutes; the server itself only has MS Paint, and the smallest I can get the file there is 188kb.
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    Re: Exchange server files

    It would be handy if there were a tool that looked inside all the shortcuts and showed you the exact path to the executables. From that it should be possible to at least determine whether they are Microsoft products.

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    Re: Exchange server files

    Some of the file types are .c05, .e04, and other similar ones....I think they may have to do with inclusion files, but I'm not sure...
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