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EXCH PUB.EDB will not mount

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I have a pub.edb that is either an EXCH 2K3 or 2K db (don't know if that changed during our upgrade from Exch 2000 to Exch 2003)...anyway I need to mount the db on my EXCH 2003 box and it turns out the Organization name is different.

I know I can probably install Exch 2000 on another box withe the same name, Org. name, etc. and recover the db, then use Outlook to move the public folder data to a .pst

BUT, is there a way to change the Org. name in the db?  Or another way to mount/recover this pub.edb?

TIA......
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no sorry.it wont mount if organization name is not the same and cant be changed in the db.
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