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I am not sure how you could do this easy. All I can think of is to download something like MSSQL Server 2005 Express and restore the database file to that. OK you need a windows box for this but from there with the Postgresql ODBC driver you should be able to run a export job to the ODBC to your postgresql server, and that will populate the database with the data that is stored on the MSSQL dump file.
It might need a little tweeking but it should be workable. Apart from that I don't think that I can think of any other way that you can do it.