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Public Folder Migration from Exchange 5.5 to 2k3

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I have recently done an upgrade to exchange 2003 from 5.5.. Everything is Sucessful except the Public Folders. No One is able to access them. I checked permissions but its all good. I didn't have this problem until I switched to Native mode. I did however do test before then without the old server to make sure Exchange Worked properly. It did even after I removed the Site Replication and and Active irectory connector. the problem only started once I switched to natvie mode. Please help thanks in advance.
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I take that you tried to re-added permissions on the folders and that's failed?

Can the Exchange addmin account access the folder and have you used the Exchange admin account to assign permissions to the Public folder?
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yes I did trie to re-add with Exchange permissions. Is there a way to just manually migrate folder I still have the data bases pub.edb they aren't very large only about 20mb ?
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Everyhitng worked fine It seemded to be the Web site services. I have everything solved wsorry it took so long to respond back. Other issues were preventing me from answering right away. Thanks again
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Glad you got it all working, that's the important thing!
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